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It gets overwhelming and draining, especially for someone as sensitive as me so I have to disconnect. Those couple of hours knowing I have no responsibilities other than to enjoy the path in front of me are incredibly freeing. I love when I feel the power behind my legs, the rocks underneath my feet, I even love when I feel that familiar burn in my lungs up the steep parts.
Where I was hiking in Boulder this morning used to be an ocean millions of years ago. Hiking in Ouray this summer I saw a geologic marker that indicated a billion year gap between oceans.Hiking 60 Miles Alone in Hornstrandir Iceland
For the most part… yes, sometimes there are fees for parking or for National or State Parks; yes, you need shoes on your feet and the right gear can be nice. But I love that I can pick up a friend, go walk through the mountains for a few hours and it costs us almost nothing.
So many outdoor sports require expensive equipment, but hiking takes away that barrier making it much more accessible. Everything I just mentioned plays a big role is calming down my brain, forcing me to breathe, to disconnect, to feel my body and to stay present. I love getting to share the trails I love with friends and family and watch them find their reasons for loving it.
I know that hitting the trails can be intimidating, especially here in Colorado, which is why I wanted to start this blog in the first place. And my goodness that beauty is especially obvious here in Colorado! Speaking of beauty, please enjoy a few pictures from the lovely Dave Puente and the time I had him lug his camera equipment all over Colorado.
Have a weather question? I feel like after years of turbulence my life feels settled, stable and full of purpose What an amazing weekend! There's nothing better then spending time outside with wonderful people who genuinely care about making an impact in our community. When the team behind HalfDays first approached me about teaming up to do a fundraiser, I was immediately on Southwestern ColoradoFrom Crested Butte to the Black Canyon then rounding off the trip with a stay in Ouray and Telluride, southwestern Colorado is an absolute must visit!
It's been almost a year since Approachable Outdoors launched last summer as a fun side project during the Pandemic and I'm still blown away every day at what it's grown into. In the very early days I would dream about using this site as a source of good, to make an Estes Park is one of my favorite places in Colorado! It's only an hour and a half from Denver which is a gorgeous drive and it has so many options for a weekend away.Naran Valley Tour - 2021- Lake Saif ul Malook - Happy Trip \u0026 Tour
Obviously the big focus of our trip was hiking: Hikes: Mill's Lake 4. I usually find my hikes on AllTrails or through recomendations from friends and had never been on a guided hike before but the YMCA of the Rockies offers a guided hike for free when you're staying there. One of the best parts was that I didn't have to worry about Also, take note — killer date idea!
My first off-roading post! Yes, this is not a hike — You will need a 4x4 car, ATV or Mountain Bike to get to the Gemini Bridges but they are totally worth the trip and may be my new favorite in Moab. I couldn't be more excited to finally share I'm headed to Fox31 as their new Weekday Morning Meteorologist!
I'll be on every morning bringing you the weather from am - 10 am and again at 11am. This is a dream a decade in the making and I'm still pinching myself I mean Photo by Dave PuenteI find it funny that I always need a couple of months of coming out of anxiety to feel comfortable talking about it. I love hiking because it forces me to disconnect. I love hiking because it makes me feel my body. I love hiking because it makes me feel small. I love hiking because it helps my mental health.
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