Trail Report for Dog Lake Trail August 19, 2012 Location: Dog Lake, Upper Mill Creek Salt Lake Ranger District Region: Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Mount Olympus Wilderness Area Wasatch Range, UT Getting there: Guide books and Maps Hiking the Wasatch -John Veranth The Facts: 1680′ gain Highest point: 8740′ Length: 5.2 total miles Trail Type: Out-and-back or loop Dogs on [...]Read more ›
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Trail Report for Sunset Peak. August 18, 2012 View Larger Map Location: Sunset Peak, Little Cottonwood, Catherine Pass Region: Wasatch-Cache National Forest Wasatch Range, UT Getting there: From downtown Salt Lake City, follow these directions I-15 S toward LAS VEGAS/CHEYENNE. 8.3 miles Take the I-215 exit- exit number 302- toward BELT ROUTE. 0.2 miles Merge onto I-215 E via the exit- on [...]Read more ›
Come visit us tomorrow evening for a women’s-specific clinic thanks to our favorite ladies’ vendors Meet other ladies who spend time outdoors, and save while shopping for a good cause– we’re offering 15% off all women’s apparel, and ten percent of all proceeds benefit the “Girls Rock!” program at the Seattle MetroCenter YMCA. We’ll be open late– ’til 8:00 p.m., [...]Read more ›
Below you will find what was supposed to be my goals for 2011. Due to a foot injury two of the five events will go uncontested. The Osbaldy and the Cle Elum Ridge 50k’s are out. The others are still a go so I guess it’s now a 3×50. So what happen to the foot? That’s a good question. After [...]Read more ›
Princeton Tec had a contest on Twitter which I entered and won a Remix head lamp. I just got it the other day. I’ll be testing it over the next month or so and I’ll let you know what I think. My first impression is the head lamp is clean, simple and easy to use. The pivoting feature [...]Read more ›
So it appears I hurt my foot on yesterdays 9 miler. It didn’t hurt at all during or even after the run but when I woke up it hurt. It’s not a sharp pain but a dull one. Today I played a round of disc golf and that was enough to make it more sore. Below is yesterdays run: If [...]Read more ›