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Hiking Lower Spring Canyon at Capitol Reef in Southern Utah

This trip started out with the intention of backpacking through the park, but my plans changed when I realized that all the hikes I wanted to do to less than a day. Also, BLM land was about 1-3 miles from all the trail heads. So, I decided to camp at the BLM and hike the […]

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Snowshoeing to the East Ridge of Pfeifferhorn

This was an amazing hike! I will do it again before the winter is over. We started at the White Pine Trailhead about 3 miles up Little Cottonwood Canyon. It was a beautiful day and a lot of crosscountry skiers and splitboarders were already on the trail. My friend and I don’t have splitboards, so […]

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Backpacking in Zion’s National Park, Utah

Backpacking in Zion’s National Park is one of the most amazing things I have done so far in my life. One of the greatest things that I have learned about our national park system here in America is that the best places are the ones where nobody else goes. I feel like it is a […]

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Backpacking to Lower and Upper Bells Canyon Reservoirs

Let’s just start off this post by saying, this hike was sweet! Bells canyon is one of the most beautiful canyons in the Salt Lake area. There are two crystal lakes up this steep canyon. Granite peaks rise above you one both sides of this canyon and snow melt turns into a fast paced stream […]

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Lone Peak Summit in Utah

Because I have done a fair amount of peaks prior to creating this blog, I am going to be backtracking a bit to play catch up on some of them. About 2 weeks ago I did my first solo summit. It was also my first time summiting lone peak. I felt that the name of […]

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