Hiking is for Everyone – Nature will meet you where you are at!
Jun20

Hiking is for Everyone – Nature will meet you where you are at!

I grew up in Ogden, Utah and did not understand or value the natural resources that we have here. It was hot and dry. I didn’t like being in the sun and was highly allergic to grass. I would have rather read or watched movies than go on a hike. It wasn’t until I moved to the Bay Area of California and worked the corporate life that I understood how important nature is. The stress from work was making me sick, so I needed to find a...

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Rad Lady Adventures – Outdoor Enthusiasts of All Abilities Welcome
May02

Rad Lady Adventures – Outdoor Enthusiasts of All Abilities Welcome

Let’s be honest. I’m on 4’9. I am far from thin. I’m not very coordinated. I’m a huge chicken. But you know what that doesn’t keep me from? Being an outdoor adventurer! I don’t look like the women on Instagram using #outdooradventure on their posts, but that doesn’t mean I don’t have plans swirling in my head for my next outing. I’m here to tell you that the outdoors is for everyone, regardless of your fitness, skill level, mobility,...

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How to Choose a Climbing or Ski Guide
Jul15

How to Choose a Climbing or Ski Guide

Why Choose a Guide Before getting into how to choose a climbing or ski guide, you might be asking yourself, “Why should I hire a guide?” Beyond providing an extra level of safety and security, a guide can help fast-track skill development, making the most of your limited free time so you can do bigger and better things. A guide can teach you skills that are hard to learn from a book or video as well as give you personalized feedback,...

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Dixie Rock
Apr26

Dixie Rock

Recently the offspring and I took another quick trip down to Southern Utah.  Usually when we go down we spend most of our time in the surrounding National and State Parks, so this time we decided to stick a little closer to our home base. First on our list: Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm The dinosaur tracks here were originally discovered in 2000 when Dr. Sheldon Johnson was working on his property.  He and his wife realized...

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Snow Canyon State Park
Apr20

Snow Canyon State Park

Over Easter the offspring and I headed back down to Southern Utah to do a bit of exploring.  This year we are planning on visiting all the National Parks in Utah and as many State Parks we can, as well.  For this trip we didn’t have quite as much time since we had a holiday and a birthday to include.  We decided to check out Snow Canyon because it was just a short drive from where we were staying and full of easy hikes for...

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