Day 3: Living and Dying in the Grand Canyon

When the alarm went off at 4:45am I was somewhere between excited and dreading our rim to river to rim hike of the Grand Canyon. Before I had a chance to think twice about it I got myself out of bed and put on my hiking clothes for the day. Making sure everything was ready... Continue Reading →

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6 Amazing Cycling Trails in Salt Lake City

When you talk about biking in Utah, most people assume you're talking about mountain biking. Utah has some of the best mountain biking in the world, but that's not what I'm talking about. I have yet to brave the single track downhills and smooth red rock drops that Utah is famous for in the world... Continue Reading →

Swiftcurrent

Glacier National Park has tons of amazing hikes, and the Swiftcurrent Pass Hike is no exception. The trail winds through forests, across snow, and then up a rocky mountain to arrive at the Swiftcurrent peak where there is a fire tower lookout. The nature changes constantly with views of mountains, lakes, and wildlife abound. The... Continue Reading →

Finding Your Zen

Last Thursday I sprained my ankle while running at Parvin State Park. To be more precise, I sprained my ankle while casually stepping out of the way for an old couple walking on the narrow trail and stepped on a root that I didn't see because I was exchanging pleasantries with the old man. Luckily... Continue Reading →

Running the Green Trail!

One of my favorite things to say when  I meet people from New Jersey as I'm traveling is that one thing we all have in common is that we like to leave our home state. I do seem to run into a lot of people from the Garden State as I roam the country, but... Continue Reading →

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