Satellitic Salvation

Satellitic Salvation by Andy Dappen We’ve all been there… behind schedule on a trip and feeling the anxiety of missing a date, party, or dinner where we ‘re expected. When running late we’ve all worried about... Read More...

Fourth of July Creek

Autumn along this trail has some great colors and cooler hiking conditions equal a happier exhausted hiker. The elevation gain of this trail is stiff (4,800 feet), but rewarding views start early in the hik... Read More...

School of Rock 3

Class getting ready to rock and roll. From left to right front: John, Kade, and Janet. Back: Jocelyn, Jamie, Teresa, and Charlie. Article by Charlie Hickenbottom. Photos by Jocelyn Flitton. The "School of Ro... Read More...

School of Rock

  Beginnings Charlie...when he's not teaching. Charlie Hickenbottom, a third-grade teacher at Lewis and Clark Elementary School, has been pegged by his fellow teachers as a man who “teaches when ... Read More...

Wanderings on Funk Mountain

Wanderings on Funk Mountain by Matthew Tangeman In the mood to get out, but not in the mood to exert too much energy? Maybe just want to zip up to a prominent high point to watch the day end? Funk Mountain is... Read More...

The Twirling Skunk

by Sarah Shaffer This spring, I had a very funny experience while mountain biking in our local foothills. I wrote a story about this experience which our organization shared with The Good Life magazine. Click ... Read More...

Keystone Point

Roger Gervin is quite the explorer and has authorized us to use his outing information on our website. Attached is a link to a trip Roger recently did to Keystone Point. This could be done as a hike, trail run ... Read More...

Byrd Point

Roger Gervin is quite the explorer and has authorized us to use his outing information on our website. Attached is a link to a trip Roger recently did to Byrd Point. This could be done as a hike, trail run or a... Read More...