MILE 0 Last summer I bought a pair of these babies after a friend of mine extolled the virtues of a non-waterproof footwear for hiking in the warmer months. I […]
What’s a hiker to do when the going gets rugged and industrial? Strap on a pair of Skechers… RUGGED INDUSTRIAL HIKERS! 25 OCT 2018 – 04 APR 2019 Like I […]
To many visitors, Pratt Mountain, or simply “The Pratt” as it’s called by woodland hipsters, appears to be a giant heap of talus rising from the montane forest… …and it […]
This short but steep hike in Coulee Dam, WA leads to some of the best views to be had of the most powerful hydroelectric generating station in North America. THE […]
Took a jaunt up Mount Pugh 23SEP2018… Trail was in quite good condition, with perhaps only a couple minor obstacles. Ran into a few parties along the way; maybe ten […]
2018SEP16: The preceding weeks brought some rain to the western mountains, a good sign to the savvy mushroomer. Vine maple leaves were beginning to turn; reds and yellows. Sometimes the […]
Strap on the snowshoes for a trip up South Bessemer Mountain!
Hidden in the woods near the hamlet of Port Hardy, BC is an interesting collection of mining ruins dating to a time before Canada became a nation… A BIT OF […]
This is the first lake you’ll come to on your travels up the Necklace Valley. It may be diminutive, but it’ll be a sight for sore eyes after the hike […]
Join Harry Biped as he goes to look for a mine he saw on a map.