With a day to kill in El Calafate we decided to visit the nearby Perito Moreno glacier. The tickets for the day trip were easily arranged at the bus station in El Calafate. Once we arrived at the glacier we spent the day exploring a series of boardwalks and hiking trails that lead to several … More Perito Moreno glacier, Argentina
One of the highlights of our trip to Patagonia was exploring in and around El Chalten, Argentina. Multiple trail heads just a few minutes walk from the middle of town gave us access to stunning views of Mount Fitz Roy, and the surrounding mountains. With only limited time we hiked Laguna Torre on the afternoon … More Laguna de los Tres-Argentina
Day 1 Boat ride from Pudeto to Paine Grande, and then a hike to Grey shelter. After a shotgun planning session over a few beers we decided to spend Thanksgiving in Patagonia. We flew into El Calafate, Argentina and spent a few days exploring in and around the area. The next step was a bus … More Hiking the W-Torres Del Paine, Chile
Why are you doing this? Throughout my trip I was constantly asked this question. At the time I never had a decent response, and to be honest I still don’t know why I wanted to do this trip. I know that as I settle back into my life here in Bozeman, I have a new … More Home sweet home reflections on a successful tour.
August 29th-September 11th From the very first days of planning this trip I knew that Jasper and Banff National parks were going to be one of the highlights. It turned out to be more amazing than I had imagined. After a week on highway 16, The Highway of Tears, it was a welcome change to … More Highway of tears and the Icefields Parkway
Aug 15th-Aug 28th 2000 miles for the trip. From Whitehorse in the Yukon I opted to head south into southeastern Alaska. In the town of Skagway, AK I boarded a ferry for the state capital. The next three days were a relaxing summer cruise through the inside passage. I spent a 24 hour layover exploring … More Beautiful British Columbia
July 30th-Aug 14th 1538 miles for the trip. I’d like to start off by saying that I didn’t cry. That being said I had one hell of a week and sitting in the Moose creek lodge staring into a cup of coffee, crying felt like a very reasonable option. Since leaving Dawson city I’d had … More Yukon-rodents, rain, and robbers along the Klondike highway.
July 14th-July 27th 2016 450 miles from Fairbanks , AK to Delta Junction, AK. If you take the Richardson Highway southeast from Fairbanks, Delta Junction is just 95 miles away. I opted for a less direct route, riding through Denali National Park, across the Denali Highway, and 450 miles later arriving in Delta Junction. My … More Fairbanks to Delta Junction
June 28th-July 11th 2016-500 miles from Deadhorse, AK to Fairbanks, AK My hands were already shaking as I dragged my gear through the Deadhorse airport and out into the parking lot. I was greeted by what would soon become my constant companion, the Alaskan mosquito. At this point I have been unable to come up … More North of the Arctic Circle
6 days until departure All things considered it was a regular friday morning. 8 more hours of work and I’d have earned my 48 hours of freedom for the week. I lay in bed, wide awake, completely unable to gather the will to get moving. For some reason I was incapable of getting my feet … More The Plan-Head South