Monthly Archive: April, 2020

Alternatives to Hiking: An Afternoon at Navajo Lake

I don’t remember how Tom, Terry, and I concluded we’d hike around Navajo Lake – Terry and I had hiked the complete loop in early fall 2015 and enjoyed it – but it… Continue reading

Hancock Peak? But Maybe Just a Nice Place to Look at Aspen.

Hancock Peak, a volcanic cinder cone whose prominence rises 500 feet above the high meadows of the Markagunt Plateau, has been on my to-do hiking list for quite some time. In fact I… Continue reading

The Best of Utah High Country

The week we spent in the Sawtooths felt all too short and as the time approached for us to leave I think we both felt the tug to stay and spend more time… Continue reading

Prairie and Miner Lakes Loop Trail

On our last hike in the Sawtooths we wanted to do something in the Smoky Mountains, just south of the Sawtooth Range but inside the Sawtooth Recreation Area. In a previous trip we… Continue reading