Soloing Above The Water

We headed out to F.E. Walter Dam yesterday to get on the wall for some deep water soloing. We all know that every year their comes a time when the water level gets too low from dam releases to safely climb, and unfortunately we decided that after this coming weekend, the level will be down

By |September 4th, 2015|Photography|0 Comments

Panic and Frostnip: A Winter Hike On Mount Marcy

I gasped for air as I came to, the first thing that came to my mind was “Where the hell am I?” as I heard a familiar voice ripple through the transition between unconscious and conscious: “Dude are you ok?” I replied with a panicked “Someone turn on a goddamned light.” As the lights began

By |January 21st, 2015|The Road Report|1 Comment

Signs Of Adventure: Grand Teton National Park

Often overshadowed by the more well-known Yellowstone National Park to the north, Wyoming's Grand Teton National Park offer's some of the West's most impressive mountain views, hikes and other scenery. Honestly, I personally believe this sleeper hit has just as much, if not more to offer visitors than Yellowstone. In 2011, A few friends and

By |June 5th, 2014|Signs Of Adventure|0 Comments

The End is only the Beginning

The past few weeks have been a dream-like for me. I have been present, but not really here. In the end of March, my father passed away due to complications from a pretty routine procedure. It snapped me into the realization as to how fragile life is, but it also changed my perspective on some

By |April 21st, 2014|Photography|0 Comments

Scaling Headstone

Joshua Tree National Park is a seemingly boundless playground for rock climbers and adventurers of all types. Every year (except this year unfortunately) I meet up with a tight knit group of climbers that descend upon Joshua Tree National Park, specifically in Ryan Campground for what has been coined #JtreeTweetup. This little gathering started a

By |December 23rd, 2013|Photography|0 Comments

Lost In Iceland

Every day in Iceland offered up a new an exciting adventure. The sky was never anything short of dramatic due to the constantly changing weather, and the 23 hours of daylight. When we got to the southern part of the country, we saw a glacier flow off in the distance, and since we had a

By |November 4th, 2013|Iceland, Photography|0 Comments

Otter Cliff Silhouette

One of my favorite quick trips this Summer was to Coastal Maine. One of my outdoor pursuits is rock climbing, and when I did my homework on Acadia National Park, I found all kinds of fun stuff. In addition to rock climb style hikes like the Precipice and Beehive trails, there is a coastal climbing

By |October 30th, 2013|Photography|0 Comments

Welcome To Vedauwoo

Vedauwoo is one of those lesser visited climbing areas that many people either over look, or may not even know about. Since it is located only about 2 hours from the Boulder area, I feel a lot of climbers just head there instead. Last week, the Main Wall Collective team and I headed to Vedauwoo

By |September 6th, 2013|Adventure, Photography|0 Comments

The Little Subaru That Could

Yesterday we were exploring deep reaching parts of Vedauwoo, Wyoming. The road was rough, and unforgiving but Heather's Subaru pulled through and we made it in and out of our destination. The rest of this week I will be exploring the Denver area some more as well as heading back to Vedauwoo for a video

By |August 26th, 2013|Photography|0 Comments

Waiting In The Crater

Two years ago, I took on the challenge of Mount Rainier, the most glaciated mountain in the lower 48 states. I always wanted to climb that mountain, and my dream was about to be realized. Since not everyone is fortunate enough to achieve their dreams, I decided that I would climb this for charity, thus

By |August 20th, 2013|Extreme Travel, Photography|2 Comments
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