Hiking Mount Baldy: Tips for a Successful Summit

Tips for Hiking Mount Baldy Hiking Mount Baldy is a strenuous and wonderful experience. Over the years, I have seen the crowds grow substantially for those looking to hike Mount Baldy. I think it’s great that more people are getting … Continued

Mineral King Backpacking: Mosquito Lakes

Mineral King Backpacking |Sequoia National Park Mineral King backpacking is easily one of my favorites in Sequoia National Park, and even in all of California. Less crowded than it’s brother, Kings Canyon, but also more difficult to get to, Mineral … Continued

New Zealand Travel Tips: Things to Know Before Your Trip

New Zealand Travel Tips You can read all about where to go and what to see all over the interwebs, but here is a list of New Zealand travel tips and cool facts you likely won’t read about elsewhere! New Zealand certainly … Continued

5 Tips to Travel the World Without Quitting Your Job

How to Travel Cheap I believe that to travel cheap is to travel often. Read on and I’ll tell you how I manage to travel cheap AND often while still maintaining a full time career. I keep seeing all these … Continued

Iceland Travel Tips: 10 Important Things to Know For Your Trip

Looking for Iceland travel tips for your upcoming adventure? You’ve come to the right place! Traveling can be tricky. Different cultures, different rules, different food…there’s a lot to consider. If you’re looking for some Iceland travel tips for your upcoming … Continued

8 Tips for Backpacking Mount Whitney

Mount Whitney is the tallest mountain peak in the lower 48 states. At 14,505 feet, it stands in the Sierra Nevada mountain range right West of the small town of Lone Pine, California. Here are some tips to make sure your trip is absolutely amazing!

Dehydrating Food for Backpacking: The Good Parts, and the Not-So-Good Parts

I’ve recently started dehydrating food for backpacking, and I absolutely prefer it over store bought meals. However, if you’re considering dehydrating food for backpacking, make sure you know what you’re getting yourself into! There are a lot of things to … Continued

How to Train for your First Ragnar in 11 steps

There are two types of Ragnar races. One is a through road relay race, where you get a team and some vans to follow and you relay race from one place to another. For example, there’s one that goes from Long Beach to San Diego. You’ll see these painted white vans chasing after people in costume as they run along.

The other type of Ragnar is like the one I just did in Snowmass. Instead of going from one place to the next, you camp out and do trail loops that all start and end at the same relay station.

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