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Colorado’s Opus Hut: A Family Adventure With Tom Bihn’s Hero’s Journey Backpack [Review]
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Lightweight, Dry Jacket In Grand Canyon: Outdoor Research Realm Jacket [Review]
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Yak Wool vs Merino: Kora’s High Altitude Story
May 3, 2016
The Winter Fortress: The Epic Mission to Sabotage Hitler’s Atomic Bomb [Review]
April 28, 2016
An Epic Wipe To Clean Your Entire Body While Camping
Kuhl Elite Cafe Hoody from the Garden of Eden [Review]
May 23, 2012
Kuhl’s Elite Cafe Hoody is very warm for its weight, packs small, and has vents in the hood. It has an SPF rating of 50 so you won’t get burned in the hottest...
Marmot Reactor Hoody from the Garden of the Gods [Review]
May 20, 2012
A review of Marmot’s Reactor Hoody, on a day of climbing at Colorado’s Garden of the Gods. The jacket packs small but packs serious warmth and a great fitting...
Smartwool TML Mid Full-Zip Hoody from Pikes Peak [Gear Review]
May 1, 2012
My initial impression of the Smartwool TML Mid Full-zip Hoody from the side of Pikes Peak. Sorry about the wind noise half-way through. It can’t be helped sometimes....
Take Your Kids Rock Climbing
April 18, 2012
Today, Amelia, from Tales of a Mountain Family, published a guest post from me on taking your kids rock climbing. If you’re new here from Amelia’s site, welcome!...
Late Season Backcountry Skiing on Pikes Peak
April 6, 2012
Well, it’s the beginning of April, so not really late season, but since it’s so warm, it might as well be June. We were blessed with about 12″ of snow Tuesday...
Garden of the Gods Climbing
March 30, 2012
Quick trip to climb in the Garden of the Gods this afternoon. Keenan and I climbed the North Ridge of Montezuma’s Tower, a free standing 140′ tower in the Garden...
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