Since moving to Utah, Zion has become one of my favorite weekend destinations. There is a silly amount of wonder packed into that place, and being just a quick 4 1/2 hour trip down the interstate, it’s a shame I don’t get down there more than I do. The Virgin River Narrows hike has been… Read more »
From the Adventure Archives
Took an adventure up north to Idaho a few weeks back. Activities included backpacking into serene mountain hot springs, backcountry mountain biking through the White Clouds, swimming in high alpine lakes, as well as eating awesome food and drinking good beer. Below are a few photos… for more images and full report, visit Prospecting Idaho.
A visual guide to an adventurous summer. Filled with cool rivers, warm breezes, sandy toes, open patios, and cold ones. There’s no better living than summer in the mountains.
It’s been a bit since I’ve done a good ol’ fashioned link dump. So here we go with a few odds and ends to make your day more interesting, or at least brighten it up a bit. Starting from above is a short edit I made last weekend featuring the Neko Monster and yours truly…. Read more »
We hit the road this weekend for a quick trip to Moab in-lieu of closing day. Although only able to get in one ride, the famed Porcupine Rim trail never ceases to dish out the thrills and is well worth the drive in itself. Today some weather moved through and while disrupting our plans to… Read more »
Taking the long way home through East Canyon. Mud season be damned.
A visual guide to an adventurous spring. Filled with red rock, campfires, bicycles, and sunshine. Tis the season to come out of your hole, get out of town, and fill your lungs with that warm desert sun.
With the annual East Coast invasion of Park City, better known as President’s Day weekend, we thought it wise to escape the Joey Fest and headed south to Diamond Fork Canyon for a little adventure to the Fifth Water Hot Springs.
This past Super Bowl Sunday, we ventured out in search of some super bowls of our own filled with Utah’s finest. What we found was Utah bluebird powder skiing at it’s finest. Bear Trap Fork sits over the Park City ridge line in Big Cottonwood and offers quick access as well as mellow, gladed turns… Read more »
Roughly 150 miles southwest of Salt Lake City, there lies some really hot water. Read the full Baker Hot Springs adventure report. For more photos, visit me on Instagram as well as Flickr.