Good Livin’ at 10,000 ft 

Good Livin’ at 10,000 ft 

Photo by: Gretchen Moore, Nikon FM10 Location: Mayflower Gulch, Highway 91 (Fremont Pass) There are some constant questions I’ve heard on repeat since I moved from Pennsylvania is: “you live where?”, or “you don’t live near Denver?”, as if Denver is the only...
ShredFest, CO 2018

ShredFest, CO 2018

Shred Fest, one of the biggest rail jams that comes through Utah each year extended out to Denver, Colorado this pre-season. October 6th snowboarder and skiers lined up to get their shred legs back underneath them. Besides the rail jam there’s a professional...
Babes on Bikes with RMU Breck

Babes on Bikes with RMU Breck

When you live in the mountains, especially the Rocky Mountains, summer isn’t just full of hiking and climbing. There are three key letters that consume the warmer months and releases a wild side. MTB That’s right, mountain biking. Specifically in Breckenridge,...
A Hidden Gem of Central America – Guatemala

A Hidden Gem of Central America – Guatemala

Antigua, the magical place nestled in between 3 volcanoes, of which two still active today. I wasn’t expecting to travel to Guatemala. I had a lot of other places higher on my ‘to go’ list. Though with the suggestion from an awesome friend, Woody:...
Refreshed Sense of Travel – Portugal

Refreshed Sense of Travel – Portugal

The only place I felt home was with a backpack across my shoulders exploring a new land. I recently relocated back to the East Coast after an adrenaline-filled tenure out in Vail, Colorado. It quickly became apparent that my life back east was not going to be a carbon...
Staying Weird: Always Buy the Guidebook

Staying Weird: Always Buy the Guidebook

Joshua Tree National Park is the kind of place where you can both make your fingertips bleed rock climbing on the notoriously sharp gneiss, and, if you’re lucky, join in on a silent disco on the side of the road. A group of four friends and I took a road trip there...