My hiking partner and I took on an 800 mile rugged hike through the Southwest, stringing together mountains, deserts, and washes. Our journey was driven by the need to find water and get to the next town before our food ran low. This was one of my favorite routes and among the most challenging. Check out my trail journal HERE.
Following my hike of the GET, I had the opportunity to raft 280 miles of some of the nations most iconic whitewater. After an emotionally tough trip in 2015, I found this journey to be the perfect do-over. Read more about it HERE.
On April 23rd I walked from the Mexico border Canada-bound once again. After hitting dangerous spring snow conditions in Colorado I chose to flip to the Canadian border and head southbound until my time on trail ran out. Read about my hike HERE with daily entries.
For this 5 day adventure I took on a large chunk of the Lowest to Highest Route which spans from Death Valley to Mt. Whitney. The route takes you from the beautiful and barren desert floor to the alpine heights of the Sierra. Read my blog HERE
Follow along as I turn 30 on the Colorado River. This 25-day self-supported rafting trip will put us in the way of some of the biggest white water the US has to offer. This is the longest personal rafting trip I've ever taken, and I bet one of the most memorable. Read more about it HERE.
On April 10th, 2014 I embarked on a 5 month hike traversing the Pacific Crest for 2,660 miles through California, Oregon, and Washington- ending in Canada. I kept a daily journal that captures my personal and physical struggles, logistical regime, triumphs, fails, and scenery. Check out my trail journal HERE.