Looking ahead to mountain biking in the warmer days of spring.
Hitting the desert for a mid winter break.
A slot canyon adventure to the High Spur of Robbers Roost.
A trip to San Rafael Swell to explore Bell and Little Horse Canyon and Chute and Crack canyons.
Mountain biking the White Rim in a day in Canyonlands National Park.
The weather was forecasted to be pretty nice. I wasn’t going to be skiing for while. A mid-winter break to the desert just felt like the right thing to do.
A cool 12 mile run near Moab, up Pritchett Canyon and down the Hunter’s Rim trail above Hunter’s Canyon.
Taking it all in under Neville’s Arch, deep in Owl Canyon. You can barely make out Christy (in red) beneath. We recently made a trip to Fish and Owl Canyons down in Cedar Mesa. It’s a region of Southeastern Utah that’s home to canyons, mountains, forested mesas, impressive sandstone formations and considerable Native American history. (more…)
At the far southern end of the Needles District of Canyonlands National Park is a valley called Salt Creek. The Salt Creek region is full of ancient ruins and petroglyphs unlike other areas of this National Park.
When a small storm moved into the Sierras mid-week, bringing wintry conditions to the mountains, we took the opportunity to head back to Death Valley National Park knowing that it would be unseasonably cool.