Ultimate Summer Snack Food Guide
Looking to get after it this summer? Perhaps you signed up for a running race, or a big mountain bike ride, or maybe you’re just looking for healthy, delicious snack foods packed with clean energy and lots of protein? When it comes to fueling your body not all snack foods are created equal. The easiest  [...]
A Lifelong Obsession with Yosemite’s Most Iconic Climbs
“In my five years of climbing, I’d gotten the sense that there were really only two kinds of climbers in California — the ones who were good enough to climb the Nose and the ones who weren’t.” So says Hans Florine in the early pages of his new book (co-written with Jayme Moye) about his  [...]
Top 20 Eco Friendly Green Pet Products
Our favorite green pet products that we use on our four legged friends (and a 3-legged one too.) Going green has gone to the dogs (and cats)! It’s a fact that being environmentally friendly not only helps you but it also helps our four-legged friends. If keeping your home filled with sustainable items for yourself  [...]
Enough Is Enough. Or Is It? (A Perspective on Valemount)
The Valemount Glacier Destination resort is slated to begin construction in the near future. It will have the largest vertical drop of any ski resort in North America. Some of the longest ski runs in the world. And absolutely unbeatable Canadian Rocky Mountain scenery. It’s been extensively planned, approved by the government, and promises not  [...]
5 Things I Wish My Father Showed Me
Having spent the past 20 years of my life without my dad or a father figure plain and simply sucks. My dad died when I was 16 years old and to be honest I feel like I have been stuck living as child all these years when honestly, all I want is to become a  [...]
Winter is almost over…what now?
As the snow begins to turn into slush and skiers and riders start to plan what costume they will wear this year to their resorts pond skim, I notice our fellow snow sliders shifting into two distinct camps: The 1. “thank god summer is nearly hear I can’t wait to _______ (insert sport that DOES  [...]
Grand Teton National Park Road is Open
MOOSE, WYO – My second favorite thing to do in the Tetons is happening right now with the opening of Grand Teton National Park’s Teton Park Road. You can run, bike, walk, blade or in today’s case skateboard down the 2 lane National Park road until May 1st without having to worry about any vehicles  [...]
Kelly Canyon Ski Resort Review
RIRIE, ID – Between the old rickety wood and metal lift with its jerky turns and creaks, the sign reminding us to wear snowboard leashes, and the crowd rocking old boards and not-quite-waterproof outerwear, one thing’s for sure — Kelly Canyon is nothing like Jackson Hole or even Targhee. I mean, tickets cost $40 for  [...]