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For the third year in a row the big summer trip was in Wyoming’s Wind River Range. There were 5 of us this year, with RC & TC also returning for their 3rd trip and adding first-timers PD-C & CC. … Continue reading
I thought last year’s trip to Wyoming’s Wind River Range was probably a once-in-a-lifetime thing but two of the participants wanted to go back this summer so RC, TC, and I did just that. This year’s trip was mostly on … Continue reading
It’s my first hike in Wyoming and what a way to start! The Wind River Range is a 100-mile long mountain range in western Wyoming (just south of the Tetons) that includes most of the state’s highest peaks and is … Continue reading
Some friends and I were in Lander WY with an afternoon free before beginning a trip in the Wind River Range so we visited Sinks Canyon State Park. The main feature here is a large canyon where the Middle Fork … Continue reading
The Weminuche Wilderness covers about 500,000 acres of southwest Colorado’s San Juan Mountains and is the largest in the state. I and 4 other guys (RC, JH, TC, & WN) spent about 6 days exploring much of the Ute Creek … Continue reading
A 4-night trip in Colorado’s Mount Zirkel Wilderness northeast of Steamboat Springs was just the escape I needed after months of doing little except packing, fixing-up, and cleaning the house in Kansas City. 3 friends and I left KC early … Continue reading
The Anaconda-Pintler Wilderness is about 250 square miles of the Anaconda Range straddling the Beaverhead, Deerlodge, and Bitterroot National Forests in southwest Montana. It features countless trout-filled lakes, many peaks over 9000′ with a few over 10000′, and about 280 … Continue reading
My second trip to Colorado in the last month, and my first backpacking trip in the Rocky Mountains. The destination was the Comanche and Venable peaks of the Sangre De Cristo range southwest of Westcliffe. I went with a friend … Continue reading
Saturday was the main event – our attempt to climb the 14,003′ Mt Huron. This is considered to be about the easiest of all the 14er climbs, but that doesn’t mean that it’s actually easy, and especially not for a … Continue reading
Friday started with a hike to Hartenstein Lake, west of Buena Vista near Cottonwood Pass.