Third day in Iceland was full beauty and sheep
I woke up once in the night to stumble to the bathroom which I found warm, clean and crammed into a building about the size of a shipping container. I wandered about in the dark for a little while before heading back to my tent and reading until I fell asleep again. The next morning... Continue Reading →
Iceland: a land of adventure, of kind people and beautiful landscapes. My first major solo trip, and probably one of the best starter places to go for a single female traveler. Everyone speaks English, camping is plentiful, and plane tickets are cheap. I wanted a trip that wouldn't break the bank. I wanted to... Continue Reading →
It's been almost two months since I've been back from Iceland, and while I have few excuses for not posting my pictures sooner, I've been hesitant to write about what happened because it hurts. It was the trip of a lifetime, which I'd hoped would be the case when I booked my ticket. But it... Continue Reading →
Looking for a trad climb close to Seattle? This is one that I've done several times. Check out this article, where I highlight what has and hasn't worked for me when climbing The Tooth.
Won the lottery this year to take a trip to The Enchantments with 7 great friends. We hiked, sweat, and scrambled McClellan Peak during an amazing weekend full of escapades.
What with Rockfest going on this weekend in Leavenworth, I was nervous about being able to teach a group of new climbers thoroughly and quickly while having enough energy to later do my own climb. It turns out the turnout was not as crazy as last year (thank God) and the event was mostly held... Continue Reading →