Monthly Archives: June 2010

High Lonesome Loop

Indian Peaks Wilderness, 16 miles. Several of my colleagues are preparing for the Pikes Peak races, something I feel I know something about. They’re all promising runners and are all legitimately faster than I, but I hold the edge in … Continue reading

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James Peak Superstar

What’s the buzz? Tell me what’s a happening? What’s the buzz? Tell me what’s a happening? It’s been a long time since I did a big, committing, technical alpine route. Time for that to change! I’d wanted to tackle the … Continue reading

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Andrews Glacier and Taylor Peak

Taylor Peak via Andrews Glacier is a trip Eric, Kevin, and I have been talking about for a long time. I’ve been up Taylor from the other side and up Andrews on my way to Flattop. Heck, Amy and I … Continue reading

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Lost Rat Couloir

Grays and Torreys Peaks I may not be the fiend for mountaineering I once was, but I still feel remiss if a spring snowclimbing season passes by without donning crampons and swinging an axe at least once. Scott and I … Continue reading

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Baby’s First Campout

Golden Gate Canyon SP After two years of not camping, Amy and I were both in serious need of some campfire therapy. Is Joe (21 months) now old enough to be able to handle it? Turns out the answer is … Continue reading

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