Prior to Utah’s Monsoon season this spring, Christina, Tess & I had ourselves a grand adventure on the Colorado Plateau including a multi-night stay on the south rim of the Grand Canyon. Christina & I picked Tess up from the … Continue reading
Posted in Camping, Hiking, Travel
Tagged Arizona, Bright Angel Trail, Camping, Colorado River, Desert, Grand Canyon, Grand Canyon National Park, Hiking, Indian Garden, national parks, Observation Point, Roadtrip, Skeleton Point, South Kaibab Trail, South Rim, Sunrise, Sunset, Utah, Yavapai Point, zion, Zion National Park
Last weekend Christina & I made the monotonous drive down to southern Utah for her first olympic distance triathon. After months of physical training and mental tribulations those preparations were finally going to be tested. After few hours of this: … Continue reading
November started with powder turns at Alta. Excitement for the ski season upon us was still building; however we weren’t ready to hand up the bikes just yet. Christina planned to get one final weekend of riding in down in … Continue reading
Posted in Hiking, Photography, Skiing
Tagged Highpressure, Kimball Junction, olympic park, Park City, Ridging, roadtosochi, ski jump, Snow, Three Mile Canyon, Utah, wheresthesnow?, Winter
An evening lull in the weather; opportunity to capture the big picture(the macrohood). (click for Hi-Res) Kimball Junction below the North end of the Park City ridge line. _______________________________________________________________ Rising with the sun to check out the microhood.
Last week was chilly, wet, and gloomy overall. When the skies cleared, aspens turning and the first snow gave us an abundance of postcard worthy scenes. Snowliage. Park City Mountain resort behind that there bench. The iconic McPolin Farm.
Posted in Photography, weather
Tagged Autumn, Bench, fall, First Snow, Horse, Mcpolin Farm, Park City, PCMR, Postcards, Snowliage, Utah
The exploration has begun! It’s going to take some time get all these places & names into my head. Over the pass from Park City to Big Cottonwood Canyon Christina & I went. Up the Mill D North Fork to … Continue reading
Posted in Backpacking
Tagged Beartrap Fork, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Camping, Desolation Lake, First Frost, Mill D North Fork, Moose, Park City, Salt Lake City, SLC, Sunset, Utah, Wasatch Crest