Don't you sometimes just look at the mountains and feel happy? ⛰️💭 Than even the hike up is easy! ☀️
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the looks ollie makes when he’s feeling himself in the wind | hope everyone has a great weekend 🤙🏼
54897 hours ago
Ya’ll that have been following along for quite some time may know that we began Sadie’s cbd journey when she was teeny, to help with anxiety in the car, or when left alone at home at a younger, more insecure age. Knowing cbd has many positive effects on joints and muscles as well, I decided to make it a part of her daily supplements, even after her puppy anxiety went away. We are so excited to have discovered a new company that can support both Sadie and myself with our active lifestyles at the same time. Every morning I take my tincture, and Sadie gets a couple sprays in her food. I can’t wait to see the long term positive effects of @koicbdlife on our constantly moving bodies— especially my back this summer on our long pack trips!
Socks + sandals are everything and you’ll never convince me otherwise!
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-- Day 7 & 8 -- After a day of white water rafting and a lifetimes worth of homing done in a week we set off for Jasper. Hit with the lovely park fee when we entered Jasper at 7pm... On a Friday. After not having any luck with campsites we found an overflow camp ground at the base of a ring of mountains.
The mountains put on a show from sunset to sunrise giving us a double rainbow, a beautiful golden hour of a sunset and silky smooth clouds.
The weirdest part was that it continued to get lighter into the night , at 7pm it was dark due to the stormy weather but by 11pm it was as clear enough to see without any light.
We also decided it was a day to treat ourselves so we got up to the hot springs to rest our very sore legs/bodies/everything
--- Day 6/15 --- @mrcbates and I decided to stay an extra day in Mt Robson so we could go white water rafting and take advantage of the free campsite we were offered for the night at Mount Robson.
So we decided to tackle Mount Robson head on.
Sunny, rain, overcast, stinking hot and then freezing cold is what we experienced in the 7hr hike (18kms round trip, with an elevation of 1,615m ) up to the Emperor falls (50 meters high) experiencing forest rivers, flat lands, aqua blue waters coloured by the rock flower growing on the mountains and then the massive mountain peaks created by moving tectonic plates all those years ago. It was awesome.
-- Day 5/15 -- Today we camped at the base of Mount Robson , the largest pinnacle of the Canadian Rockies and also listed on the world heritage site.
On the way we stopped at the Helmack falls in the Wells gray provincial, a park recognised for its 340 waterfalls and said to be one of the rarest parks of its kind due how diverse the environment is. An amazing site.
As a bonus we are starting to see Bears which is pretty cool compared to the sneaky chipmunks we are seeing everywhere... But what really took us by suprise is when we turned the corner on the highway and out of no where we were facing Mount Robson,the highest pinnacle in the Canadian Rockies and a heritage world site. It was incredible.
It’s finally that time of year again when the days begin to darken much later and the nights are comfortably warm and peaceful! This was my first actual trip to Mount Shasta and I’m already planning on returning as soon as possible! 🏔
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Lake Mary🌲⛰ I can’t believe how much snow is still up here!
Shoutout to @vagabondhearts for tagging us in this awesome post!
We appreciate the support from leaders/influencers in the outdoor community.🙌🏼 using our hashtag/tagging us does a lot more than you would think. It may seem like a small gesture, but it really does help with our online presence. Our goal is simple—to help women in the outdoor community that need financial support. As a community we should look for opportunities to support others in their adventure efforts. We are here too see those who feel unseen and provide that extra assistance.🙌🏼 Thank you all for partnering with us as we move towards this goal.✨
Truth be told, we have no guarantee that this will work, no magical foresight that what we are setting out to accomplish can even be done, but we are determined and believe in our vision.🙌🏼 (Check our @vagabondhearts original post caption below. 👇🏼✨)
And, for the second day in a row I found myself awake, before two o’clock in the morning, making coffee and wishing that I had possessed the foresight to pack my bag before I went to sleep. But the weather looked good and 7:30pm is a normal time to go to bed on a Saturday night, right? Hiking in the darkness always seems to go by quicker and before we knew it the sky was turning pink and we were exactly where we wanted to be, drinking coffee, eating charcuterie and watching the sun rise - the only humans as far as the eye could see. We hiked down and returned back to the city before anyone even noticed we were gone, the alarm on my phone sounded as I was unpacking my gear and I laughed a little to myself, knowing that we had an entire extra bonus day before the world woke up. ⠀ ⠀ #whyihike#ebcontributor#liveyouradventure
May have gotten a ton of mosquito bites but it sure was worth it 💙 Summer is officially here
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She did it! #leadvilleheavyhalf in 14.84 miles in 2:55:52 with 2,463 ft of elevation gain. Felt great! Mostly power hiked the first 8 miles then let ‘er go on the downhill. Wouldn’t have changed a thing!🗻
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Denali Mountain in all its glory. I couldn't believe it was out for my last 3 days of work! The view from Wonder Lake was breathtaking. I took a kayake out to take some more pictures of this gorgeous view. I'll be uploading them shortly.
Denali is the highest mountain peak in North America, with a summit elevation of 20,310 ft. And man, oh man, is it a sight.
After a few days of soaking in views of the Southern, rocky, coast of Oregon we took a short break and headed inland. 🌲🚐Forest hikes, hot springs and waterfalls await! 💚
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I wasn't sure how this picture was going to turn out. It was a little after 8:00 am and I was shooting into the sun.
I've been wanting a shot of this barn since 2013. That was the last time I drove through this area. To get to the Hetch Hetchy Valley, which was drown under 400 feet of water, you have to leave Yosemite National Park, drive through this stretch of high Sierra meadow before entering Yosemite National Park again.
The barn rests on beautiful pastoral and private land. It is incredibly picturesque. I was so happy that picture turned out so wonderfully. But what makes the capture even more special is I was able to capture these lovely prism bokehs created by the sun and the light rain that was coming down at the time.
Penguins have to be some of the most photogenic birds on the planet. 🐧🌍 Going through some shots from my old camera and found this set from my trip to South Africa. Any excuse to post about my favorite animal (even if they do smell and make loud noises).
I’m here in the park trying to keep up with my bud @everestmaher. He is super talented ! 18 years old, and on his first few days of a yearlong road trip. I have been fortunate to be here in the grand Tetons experiencing his first couple of really epic moments. Take a look at his gallery if you get a chance. What do you think of his photos ? Ever seen an 18 year old with his potential ? @isaacspicz comes to mind to me, but not many others. I think we will see Everest blow up here for sure very soon 🔥