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Posts tagged with “wilderness” (12 posts)

Idaho Wild Soak Trek 2017

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 Wow once again what has started as a “little” hike has turned into an expedition (I wouldn’t want it any other way) and I have come up with my biggest photographic exploration yet!  This mission is about Idaho in all it’s Wildness. It’s about large undeveloped connected ...

Spring Canyon BLM Wild

 So Proud to see Utah’s BLM Wild campaign using my Spring Creek image so well, and for such a deserved cause. 

Spring Creek Canyon carves through the Markagunt Plateau just south of Cedar City, Utah. The slot canyons that ensue rival those of nearby Zion National Park and ...

Paseo Wild II

 Paseo Wild: 4 adventure conservationists travel across the Grand Canyon along the path of a mountain lion, past springs and seeps sourced from ancient aquifers, spying endangered and endemic species, and clawing our way up rough routes and through locusts. What for? Tuning in to the Canyon, thinking bigger, in ...

Alaska! Wrangell St Elias NP Southern Traverse

I like to go BIG. I like to go all out, get swallowed whole by my surroundings, fall headlong into landscapes that I can never ever outgrow, or see all of.  I like spending my time planning and preparing complecated schemes to pull off BIG crazy expeditions, in the wildest ...

Minaret Lake sunrise

 Inyo National Forest, C

This is the very first patch of real, raw alpine landscape after the (relatively) low slog through the Mammoth area for the north bound Sierra High Route hiker.

Sierra High Route, CA

Talus for days, John Muirs Cousin (twice removed), glowing fire clouds, freezing swims.

 

All in a day on the Sierra High Route

  

Shiva Saddle

One of my most favorite places on Earth

Big Cloud Blessings

Grand Canyon National Park  8/14

Yampa River May 2014

 I’ve been told that I would love it ever since I started boating. The Yampa. Wild and free,  it’s the only undamned major tributary of the Colorado River Drainage. Meandering a twisted path through a desolate land of commanding sandstone bluffs and soft desert meadows, the river flowed ...

If your eyes could speak what would they say?

               If your eyes could speak

                what would they say?

Sierra High Route, Trip Report 9/2013

Grand Canyon Hiking~ South Bass to Tiyo Point 10/12

Grand Canyon Hiking

S. Bass to Tiyo

10/2012

 

In a lot of ways, I think a hike is never set until you have that permit in your hand. I had spent a lot of time putting this route together, trying to prepare for what laid ahead. Route descriptions had ...

Getting a Blog started is not as easy as it seems....

If you’re the type that learns computer programs slow, the type that gets a headache after staring at a screen for a few hours, the type like me. As I turn, frustrated and bleary eyed from my computer, I think about next week when I might find myself deep ...