Getting into hiking can be a little daunting. Maybe you’re worried about the bears, finding the trail, or just being in shape enough to make it through a hike. Maybe you’re towing some kids behind you and you don’t want to get stuck carrying them halfway through. I totally get it. I’ve been there. So I’m putting together a list of some of the simpler hikes to get you started.
Also known at Mud Lake, Reflection Lake is at mile point 30.8 off of the Glenn
What the hell am I doing here? I ask myself this more than I like to admit. I do not look like a hiker. In fact, I use to think I didn’t have any business even being out on a trail… because of my size. When most people think about hikers, they imagine svelte people with muscles bounding under their skin. They don’t normally visualize a woman who is 5’7” and at the heaviest she has ever been in her life. Luckily for me, I don’t tend to let other people’s perceptions of me affe
No one really likes to talk about it, but everyone poops. And taking a dump in the woods is almost a rite of passage for outdoors people, so I’m here to teach you all how to take a shit in the woods… like a lady. First, you’re going to need some tools. In order to speed up the whole process, its best to be organized. Trowel Stick Toilet paper (or as we refer to them, shit tickets) Pack-it-out bag (for used toilet paper, however, you can pack out the entire deposit you’re abou