Sawtooth Wilderness, Idaho || June 2019

A couple of weeks after getting off the PCT, I was antsy as hell, sad, and more than a little stir crazy. So, we decided to go visit Idaho, which seems to be where I go whenever I’m injured. I also decided to use some of the money I’d saved for the trail to buyContinue reading “Sawtooth Wilderness, Idaho || June 2019”

Pacific Crest Trail: California || 2019

When Injury Happens On a Thru I’ve been really putting off writing this post. A lot of you may already know, but I had to get off the PCT due to a foot injury. After months of anxious excitement, the trail I’d been dreaming about was right at my feet. My dreams feel dashed, andContinue reading “Pacific Crest Trail: California || 2019”

UTAH || Mt. Superior: 11,132 ft.

Hiking the South Ridge of Superior “Mountains function as metaphorical and symbolic space. There is no more geographical equivalent to the idea of arrival and triumph than the topmost peak beyond which there is no further to go.”-Rebecca Solnit’s Wanderlust: a History of Walking Finally did the South Ridge of Superior. What a spectacular exhilaratingContinue reading “UTAH || Mt. Superior: 11,132 ft.”

Mt Hood: The Timberline Trail

A Very Wet Pacific Northwest Experience September 2018 Oh, hey there Oregon. Over the last few days, I took a short trip to Mount Hood to hike the Timberline Trail. The Timberline Trail is only a mere 40 miles long, circumnavigating the iconic Mt. Hood, just outside of Portland. It’s not a super easy one,Continue reading “Mt Hood: The Timberline Trail”

Utah || Mt. Olympus: 9,026 ft

September 2018 I did a thing I’ve always always wanted to do since moving here: Hike up Mt. Olympus, camp on that gorgeous saddle and then pop up the rock scramble in the morning for a sunrise summit!! Mt. Olympus is an iconic peak, towering along the Salt Lake front. The hike is nothing tooContinue reading “Utah || Mt. Olympus: 9,026 ft”