Tales from the Trail: Why is Anything Happening Ever

Oddly enough, most of my exhaustion wore off once I started climbing up the mountain.  New energy seeped through my skin and worked its way into my muscles, and I felt pretty good.  My legs were cooperating, my breathing was still ragged, but I was able to continue.  Every so often I’d stop.  I did … More Tales from the Trail: Why is Anything Happening Ever

Tales From the Trail: Exhaustion, Dehydration. Worth It

I made my way down Anderson Pass, going through my favorite boulder field, and finally hitting the trail down into the basin.  I passed the weary couple who descended down mountain prematurely due to weather concerns.  We talked a little, I noted how right they were for getting down early.  I felt like such an … More Tales From the Trail: Exhaustion, Dehydration. Worth It

Kings Peak, Utah

Sitting at 13,527 feet, Kings Peak is the highest point in Utah.  If you’re wanting to tackle this like a usual person would, it takes three days to complete.  One day for the hike in, one for the summit, and one for the hike out.  But for all you trail runners out there, there are … More Kings Peak, Utah