Medicine Bow – Routt National Forest

In Wyoming, there is a lesser known, but lovely place for hiking and running: Medicine Bow National Forest. With over 2 million acres of Forest Service managed land crossing from Colorado to Wyoming, it offers hiking, back packing, trail running, camping, fishing and more. Not only that, but it is close to the front range … Continue reading Medicine Bow – Routt National Forest

A Map of the Long Trails in the US

If you need a little inspiration, or maybe a mental kick in the butt, these trails are calling your name. Long trails give you the time to really leave the world of politics, electronics, and the stresses of stuff. While the Pacific Crest Trail and the Appalachian Trails are the most known, there are trails … Continue reading A Map of the Long Trails in the US

Pinnicles National Monument no more – the US has a new National Park

Pinnacles has been upgraded to a National Park! Should you be south of San Jose, California, you have a new opportunity to use your National Park Pass!  you spent your money, better get full use of it. Pinnacles is a great place to hike or climb.  The climbing can feel a bit sketch, especially I … Continue reading Pinnicles National Monument no more – the US has a new National Park