Vertigo // Mountain Biking in Draper

I had a 5 day waiting period before moving into our new house, so went to stay with my boyfriend’s cousins in Draper, UT. They live just up the road from Corner Canyon, a system of mountain biking trails, so we’ve ridden Ann’s and Rush several times this year. Ann’s is an awesome, mellow trail that flows around the mountain from the Potato Hill Trailhead, … Continue reading Vertigo // Mountain Biking in Draper

Taggart Lake // Grand Teton National Park

Taggart Lake is an easy trail in Grand Teton National Park that is heavily trafficked during the day and frequented by visitors of all abilities. Like most trails in GTNP, it quiets down in the late afternoon and is pretty solitary in the evening. It is a mellow 3.3 mile RT hike or run that takes you to an amazing lake with stunning views of … Continue reading Taggart Lake // Grand Teton National Park

Phelps Lake // Jackson Hole

Grand Teton National Park is filled with amazing trails that are begging to be explored. As a 9-5er, these adventures are typically saved for the weekends, as many are long hikes that take you to stunning canyons or pristine mountain lakes. My favorite GTNP quickie is to the Phelps Lake jumping rock, which is on the northeastern shore of the lake. This is a heavily … Continue reading Phelps Lake // Jackson Hole

Snow King // Jackson Hole

Snow King Mountain is the smaller, lesser known ski resort in Jackson Hole. It sits right beside the town of Jackson at 7,808 feet, offering hikers and skiers 1,571 vert to play with, essentially towering over the downtown area. The Snow King hike is a local favorite and some residents proudly claim that they hike it not only once, but twice daily. The trails are … Continue reading Snow King // Jackson Hole