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Find Free Camping Right In Your Backyard

Find Free Camping Right In Your Backyard

One of the best feelings in the world is packing up for a weekend to unplug and enjoy the beauty that Mother Nature has to offer. It is no secret, there... Read More

Desert Season in Indian Creek

It's desert season! Which means it's time for road trips, too much sun, lbs of sand in my sleeping bag and “splitter” cracks, man... cue the road trip soundtrack -... Read More
Desert Season in Indian Creek
How We Turned My CRV Into a Camper

How We Turned My CRV Into a Camper

One weekend, Devin and I woke up and decided that having a platform with a bed in my car would take adventuring up a notch. So, over breakfast, we (mainly... Read More

Alton's Favorite Ski Photos

In 2011, I moved to Colorado a boulderer and a trad climber. That was basically all I cared about. Sport climbing entered my life and winter weekends were spent at... Read More
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Playing Hooky: A-Basin Beach Day

Playing Hooky: A-Basin Beach Day

The snow in Colorado has been some of the best I remember seeing in my lifetime this season. That probably doesn’t mean much to some of the natives out here,... Read More

Hut Trip: Janet's Cabin

This past week, 9 friends and myself headed out into the backcountry to Janet’s Cabin. Janet’s Cabin is part of the 10th Mountain Division Hut System and is located about... Read More
Hut Trip: Janet's Cabin
Century Raft Run Down the Middle Fork

Century Raft Run Down the Middle Fork

Our trip down the Middle Fork of the Salmon River in central Idaho could best be described in one word: rowdy. Our first flipped raft, 500 consumed beers, three submerged... Read More

Kayaks, High Winds, and IPAs on Lake Powell

Have you ever kayak camped before? Me neither. Until last week. My adventure partner, Hannah, and I were feeling frisky and decided to rent kayaks on Lake Powell for three... Read More
Kayaks, High Winds, and IPAs on Lake Powell
Backpacking Through Havasu Creek

Backpacking Through Havasu Creek

Havasupai is a truly sacred place. The indigenous Havasupai people have inhabited the canyon floor for centuries, living in under the massive walls long before colonizers laid eyes on the... Read More

Spring Fishing on the Arkansas River

Driving down from Denver, the Arkansas River finally comes into view in Johnson’s Village, the intersection between highway 285 and highway 24. From here you can go upstream into Buena... Read More
Spring Fishing on the Arkansas River