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Tag Archives: hiking
Those first couple of miles of the first backpack of the season are always tough, aren’t they? Hiking without a pack never prepares me for the shock of suddenly hauling all that extra weight, and my hips and shoulders are … Continue reading
My favorite part about living right in town is that I can pretend that urban sprawl has skipped Helena, Montana. It hasn’t, but the old downtown part of Helena butts right up against hills and mountains that are protected from development. The city stops and open space … Continue reading
Hiking Montana, by Bill and Russ Schneider, rates the climbs in their book on a scale that starts at Category 5 and ends with Category H. Category 5 hills are defined as “a slight upgrade, while Category H hills are ones “that make … Continue reading
February. Time to plan some desert hikes, because right now the trails from my back door are looking a little dicey. (Dicey: a combination of dumb and icy?) Grand Gulch Primitive Area, in southeastern Utah, is an ideal spring destination. Sunny, warm days, water … Continue reading