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Lochsa Madness 2017

Lochsa Madness 2017

Every year hundreds of rafters, kayakers, and spectators flock to a remote area in northern Idaho. One of the few places in the continental United states where an internet connection or cell service is more than an hour away.   To the urban crawler this may seem like...
Running The Milner Mile and The Murtaugh

Running The Milner Mile and The Murtaugh

It’s a rare opportunity when different segments of the population work together especially when one of the major beneficiaries is the outdoor recreation industry. As a matter of fact, I didn’t even know cooperation existed.  I am used to ranchers and farmers putting...
Death Hollow

Death Hollow

Backpacking Death Hollow a Must For Any Backpacker Death Hollow is one of the backpacking gems of the Mountain West. There are a couple options to do this trail, and unfortunately I have only done one of them. Death Hollow begins off the Hell’s Backbone Road in...
Upper Black Box

Upper Black Box

There is a canyon that I have wanted to do for a long time, but could never quite get around to it. I found out about the canyon through a guidebook, the same guide book which is unclear on how to get there. Confusion was my only emotion ,as I tried to study the...
Candland Mountain Loop

Candland Mountain Loop

Usually on holiday weekends, outdoor enthusiasts are divided. Most can’t wait to get outdoors and adventure. Others, like me, usually choose to stay home and avoid the holiday crowds. This year on the fourth of July, I decided to break my status quo. I...
Meeting Lindsay Rice

Meeting Lindsay Rice

In my earlier days of outdoor adventure, I sought out lots of new friends and people.  I tried to take as many new people out to teach them new skills and introduce them to new activities.  Over the course of time, after flakiness, people using me for a stepping...
Big Media Scare Tactics Over Bears Ears National Monument

Big Media Scare Tactics Over Bears Ears National Monument

The recent trend of news seems to be government against recreation or big business against recreation. The government calls for a review of national monuments, and Outside magazine writes an article saying how many jobs will be lost. They want us to believe that by...
Fix The Permit System

Fix The Permit System

Fix the Permit System Every year thousands of people pay a minimal fee for a chance to use ‘public lands’. The idea of ‘public lands’ amuses me. They are public lands and this means they belong to everyone. This isn’t really true. It...
BS Big Business Takes Stand For Themselves, Not Bears Ears!

BS Big Business Takes Stand For Themselves, Not Bears Ears!

It’s been an exciting time for Utah, Politics and Outdoor Recreation this year. As president Obama prepared to leave office, he signed the Bears Ears National Monument into creation. Political pundits from the left and the right have voiced their opinions...

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