Have you ever heard of the Larch March or #larchmadness? It's kind of this thing that gets hyped up in these parts of Washington and even in other regions like the Rockies... // 13 miles . 4500 ft gain .…
Larches, oh larches! Early October is often known as larch madness in Washington. If you're someone who likes to hike and who likes aesthetics and staying with the trends, you've probably have heard of the famous larches, trees that turn…
I can't say that it's common to cross multiple glaciers for a single climb. Sure, traversing might get you on several glaciers like the Ptarmigan Traverse or Isolation... // 20 mi . 9880 ft gain . 8350 ft high
This backpacking trip is on one of the most popular trails for backpackers in Washington. Look it... // 18 mi . 4370 ft gain . 6900 ft high
A journey. A destination. A will and a way. A yearning for adventure into the unknown and encountering the unexpected... // 35 mi . 13000 ft gain . 9090 ft high
Let me preface this trip report: It’s amazing what your body can do and sometimes you don’t know till you try. My friend Tyler finally made his way back... // 15 mi . 7480 ft gain . 8795 ft high
The Italian Dolomites are seriously some of the best mountain ranges out there (that I've visited thus far). The Cascade Range will always catch my heart, but the dolomites are incredibly breathtaking. It might not have been the wisest...
OMG WOW! I've never been so excited about a trail or traverse. For the past few weeks, months even, the weather has not cooperated on the weekends, leading to... // 5560 ft gain . 6460 ft high . 17.5 miles
Never would I have imagined that I would be able to camp out in the Core Zone of the Enchantments. That stats show it... // 6500 ft gain . 8450 ft peak . 22 miles
This is a story of how we didn’t get out of the woods, and I’ll forever be asking “Are we out of the woods yet?”... // 3500 ft gain . 3900 ft high . 17 miles
Goodness knows how long it’s been since I’ve had a big adventure, let alone in the winter. It’s so easy to just do something short and attainable, rather... // 4700 ft gain . 6850 ft high . 16 miles
My heart lies in the mountains and the wilderness, but sometimes, I'm entirely captivated by how little towns embrace the mountain life. Such is like Granada. It sits at the foothills of the Sierra Nevada...
To be quite frank, this was my first big phototshoot. Well, I had done a few projects here and there, but this was my first legit photoshoot and I am confident to say...
For those yearning to have the full overnight experience in the Enchantments, but are unable to get the highly sought-after permits, Lake... // 3800 ft gain . 6625 ft high . 10.5 miles
The Enchantments have grown increasingly popular as people have been posting beautiful pictures on social media and creating this concentrated desire to visit, and has even... // 5000 ft gain . 7800 ft peak . 20 miles
Disclaimer: Black Peak is not black. I don’t know how it got it’s name. Places like Red Mountain look red and Granite Mountain is a pile of granite. But... // 6700 ft gain . 8975 ft peak . 13.6 miles
Let's just start out by saying Mono Pass was one of my most favorite backpacking trips and one of the most varied terrain... // 3000 ft gain. 12800 ft peak. 9 miles
In every young girl is a desire to be among horses. At least, that’s how it was for me, and honestly I never quite shook it off, hence the visit to Cumberland Island (you’ll see). I was quite literally obsessed…
One of the best things to do when you can't find a hiking buddy is to go on a solo trail run. Or hike, in my case. I'm really... // 5415 ft gain . 5515 ft peak . 9.5 miles
Saltiness: the pervasive feeling throughout this trip. Why was there salt? We were met with so many negatives throughout the trip, but honestly, it added to... // 5010 ft gain . 5400 ft peak . 17.5 miles