Caring for others is not an easy task. In some ways it is like a hiking adventure: blood, sweat and tears. A big difference is that this is real life and there is no bailing on the excursion.
Hiking in the rain is like navigating the storms in our lives. A recent wet hike provided me with time to think about my life’s challenges
While watching my first sunrise in the Grand Canyon, I was surprised by the emotions and spiritual revelations that bubbled up from within me
Are you new to hiking? Here are 7 trail etiquette tips to improve the hiking experience for you and others.
Winter hiking to Emerald Lake and Alberta Falls in Rocky Mountain National Park is magical: 44″ of snow, frozen lakes and bright sunshine.
Just because it is winter doesn’t mean you should skip your trail hike! Use these tips to stay safe and warm.
We hopped a south-bound train from London and enjoyed a beautiful coast and cliff walk between Seaford and Eastbourne, Sussex.
#52hikechallenge2018 week 5
A warmish day in January on a familiar Appalachian Trail conjured up loads of memories of hikes from the past.
This soup includes only 3 ingredients plus seasonings, so it is simple and fast to prepare.
It is ironic that I can bushwhack my way to camp in the middle of the Raggeds, but I get lost every time I trek in Pinchot State Park! #52weekchallenge2018 week 3
Our hike to and from Pole Steeple was brutal, not because of elevation, weather or terrain, but because we had 4 very energetic dogs who did not want to walk on a leash. #52hikechallenge2018 Week 2
As has been our tradition for the past several years, my husband, dogs and I kicked off the new year with a hike. Monday’s hike also served as the first of the 52 Hike Challenge. #52hikechallenge2018 week 1