Category: travel

Exploring Colorful Colorado: Chama to Salida on the CDT

After four days off in Chama, Katie’s blistered feet were finally feeling good enough to walk. We were thrilled to begin our hike in Colorado. Trail Angel Ralph was nice enough to give us a ride to the trail, and we were on our…

Endless Wide Open Spaces: Pie Town to Chama on the CDT

We left the Toaster House in Pie Town and headed out into the New Mexican abyss for another stretch of hiking towards Grants. Our bags were loaded down with extra water as we took off into the nothingness that exists in central New Mexico….

Lordsburg to Pie Town: Exploring the Gila River on the CDT

From the Aisle to Counting Miles: Why I’m Thruhiking the Continental Divide Trail

As recommended by The Trek, I wrote down the reasons why I decided to hike the Appalachian Trail and Pacific Crest Trail in 2015 and 2016, respectively. With my Continental Divide Trail thruhike beginning in two short weeks, I figured I would once again…

The Little Three: The Long Trail, The John Muir Trail, and The Colorado Trail

Have you ever considered a thruhike? When that phrase comes to mind, I imagine many people think of the Appalachian Trail or Pacific Crest Trail both of which are over 2000 miles long and take 5ish months to hike end to end. I understand…

Living the Life I Love – Adventures of 2017

Wow, we really had an incredible 2017. We… Got engaged on top of a mountain!! Tried scuba diving for the first time Saw 17 States and 4 countries Hiked about 750 miles Witnessed a total solar eclipse at an epic music festival And so…

Backpacking on a Budget – How We Manage Long Term Travel

I’ve been very blessed to have spent the last four years living out of a backpack either on the trail or hostel hopping between countries. It’s a life that I never thought possible in my wildest dreams. But, here I am, doing the writing…

Appalachian Trail vs Pacific Crest Trail

Appalachian Trail vs Pacific Crest Trail We are frequently asked which trail is “harder” or which trail is “better” both of which are extremely difficult questions to answer. Since these trails traverse entirely different environments, the two trails actually have very little in common…

The Colorado Trail: 75 Miles from Silverton to Durango

Day 33 – 10.3 Miles We pulled ourselves out of Silverton just after noon with enough supplies for our final 75 miles of the Colorado Trail. We walked through a light rain for a couple hours and stopped after about ten miles of hiking…

Central America. 6 Weeks. 4 Countries. $2650. Part 5 – How to Plan a Trip to Central America

That’s right! We went to Central America for 6 Weeks, visitedΒ 4 Countries, and spent $2650 per person. And you can too!! Part 5 – How to Plan a Trip to Central America Step 1: Determine Your Time Frame Although Central America looks small, don’t…

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