Follow the winter climbing adventures of 3 friends as they venture across Montana and Wyoming, climbing and cross country skiing at California Falls, Silver Run, Granite Peak, and Bozo’s Revenge.
Field Journal Entries
Writing and Photos by Jobie Williams Things started out a little suspect. The lady in the park headquarters told us we couldn’t leave our cars overnight in the parking lot, which we planned to do for at least one night, maybe two. She said that there “probably aren’t any campsites available”. She told us cyclists […]
Nestled in a clearing deep in the forest of White Pines State Park, White Pines Resort is a massive log lodge built in the 1930’s. It’s now home to a restaurant known for its delicious home-style cuisine, generous portions and friendly staff. Adjacent to the landmark restaurant is a charming and rustic gift shop filled […]
8,000 Miles Across America’s Three Longest Trails A Calendar Year Triple Crown Hike Many folks enjoy taking a walk in the woods. Few devote themselves to making it a lifestyle. The motivations behind it are as winding and complex as the trails themselves. My name is Chris Pickering, aka “Tarzan” in my trail life. For […]
The Rock/Creek Hare Raiser 5K trail race is coming up on April 20th, and we are so excited to see what this race will bring! The Hare Raiser is unique among R/C races, offering our most beginner-friendly course ever as part of the 2nd Annual Chattanooga Earth Day Festival. We’re partnering up with Reflection Riding […]
Lots of folks shy away from winter hiking, preferring to stay far from the cold, wind and sometimes even snow, and save the outings for warmer times. We’ll be the first to admit that winter hikes require more preparation, planning and gear than summer adventures; but we also know that you can often find solitude […]