Happily an out and back
Up and down and up and
To take the day off to hike, or not...
A two household hike
Backpacking with Anne
Making my first successful Vat
Extra bright yellow from the meadow
Bagging peaks with a long lost hiking companion, Part 2
Bagging peaks with a long lost hiking companion, Part 1
Perfect mini backpacking trip
Fire towers and flowers
Straight up, straight down
Thundered off the slippery slabs
"Try not to cry; it's cold out"
views and smiles forever
Turned away from the ridge once again
From fall to winter and back again
Friends that train together stay together
An epic introduction to the Grand Tetons
We should have taken the mines
Hiking with the monkeys through the shrines
And a lovely hike down
Great way to turn 28
Peeping the flowers outside San Diego
Chewed up and spat out by the forest
Ever upwards on the luge
A frigid late start bluebird quickie
Showing the best of winter Whites to new pals
So much vert, so little time
Just a short one to get back in the mountains
When you shoot for the moon...
...and a turnaround before Eisenhower
Overdoing it for the the foliage peeps
Undertrained, but still so much fun.
Throwing my little brother in off the deep end
Going against the flow of AT Hikers and finishing with a coffee cake
A solo hike with some chance encounters
The last bastion of Colorado Wilderness, Amigo
The lesser-known of two ridges.
Sometimes it's just not a good day for racing
Just the basic loop
Green, rocky, and water everywhere.
A homecoming, my first belt buckle, and my longest run yet
A brilliant day with low expectations
How my running journey began
Lost dog rescue mission, and we still made it to the summits
It's still winter in the Whites
A mucky (and snowy) one indeed
First hike of spring.
A contrast-less and harsh white world
A photo essay of our trip
My first first place finish
Breaking trail and icy cliffs.
My go-to hike for less-than-ideal weather
Day one of funemployment
Should have brought the snowshoes...
Some days aren't meant to be spent above tree line
Take two saved the day
When we were the tallest folks in North America for a few minutes.
Big day for Rye and I
My first ultramarathon