Basics and Importance of LNT

Who’s favorite thing about hiking is finding trash on the trails? It’s such a far cry from the truth, and yet a common issue throughout our trail networks. With the uptick of users in the front and backcountry, there needs to be an uptick in education. In Utah, the proximity to the foothills and the Wasatch front make access easy for virtually everybody in the … Continue reading Basics and Importance of LNT

Trail Run Tempo

Trail running can be hard. In Utah, where 99.9% of all trails head directly UP, and switchbacks are scarce, getting into trail running can be, well, exhausting. If you’re hard-pressed to find a moderate trail to begin on, is it even worth “running” at all if you spend the majority of the time speed-hiking? When I talk to people about venturing into the world of … Continue reading Trail Run Tempo