The fun scale is a measurement of enjoyment during any adventure. For most adventurers, fun is broken into three types: Type I, Type II and Type III. It’s how much suffering that you feel before, during, or after the climb, run, or long range trek. The moment that when back at the house, winding down over beers, […]Read more "My Love Affair With Type II Fun"
The echo of my steps reverberated across the trail. I’ve never been able to take running seriously but today I had a steady rhythm, a great pace, arms loose, counting each breath, every single thought of the last few days racing through my mind, and somehow today I was an expert. I broke out of the forest […]Read more "Starting The Year In Uphill"
The holiday season can be as much as an adventure as a week in the Grand Tetons. Instead of treacherous peaks, deep crevasses, and sketchy traverses, the madness moves to the shopping malls of treacherous spending, deep discounts, and sketchy salespeople. Shopping for the climber and outdoorsman can be tricky given that they tend to […]Read more "Gear Of The Year: My Top Five Favorite Pieces of 2012"