March Madness Continues on Panther Peak

"When you're a mountain person, you understand the brilliance and the beauty of the contradiction. The way land can be your greatest teacher."  When a snowstorm hits a few days before you planned to hike the Santanoni Range, you go anyway and pray for the best!  Probability of the trails on a remote range being …

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Rising Together on Skylight & Gray

"Magic happens when you don't give up. Even though you want to.  The universe always falls in love with a stubborn heart."- jmstorm Winter hiking is certainly full of magic! On Sunday, February 19th, my dear friend Mallory and I put our stubborn hearts to the test when we set out to climb Mount Skylight …

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Colvin and Blake: A Blessing in Disguise

Mount Colvin and Blake Peak withstand  a lot of negativity.  Well, mostly Blake.  Known for the steep descent off of Colvin and the loss of serious elevation, only to climb all the way back up to Blake.  The ascent is called "The Elevator Shaft" for a reason...and a good one at that! I, too, have …

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