5 Tips for Backpacking with Your Dogs
posted Oct 21, 2014 by mtbikerchick
We recently took my friend Adelle's two dogs, Autumn and Norbert, backpacking. Autumn had gone with Adelle and I once before, but this was Norbert's first trip. To be honest, we were quite nervous about how he would behave; he's a beagle after all! He is...
Review: Chaco Layna Women's Hiking Shoes
posted Oct 14, 2014 by mtbikerchick
Today I got to test out a pair of Chaco Layna hiking shoes for women. What's that? You didn't know Chaco made hiking shoes? Me neither! Better known for their hiking sandals, Chaco does, in fact, make hiking shoes and boots for men and women. Chaco...
Review: Stanley Classic One Hand Vacuum Mug
posted Oct 13, 2014 by AJ Heil
There are many things in life that outdoorsy people share outside of their primary activities like backpacking, climbing, mountain biking, and paddling. One of them that seems almost universal is coffee... Or at least hot drinks? We enjoy them. We really do! And although I'm speaking...
Review: Granite Gear's Campus Line: Superior Pack
posted Oct 7, 2014 by AJ Heil
For years, Granite Gear has maintained and built its brand as one fit for the backcountry, the battlefield, and the travel world. But now for the first time, Granite Gear is branching into new terrain. They have just released one of the most unique and versatile...
I love this trail! It's a great way to spend a day. I have hiked here several times and will...
Great campsite, if you are using the map function to find it you will have to drive past the point...
Very nice campground with a variety of camping sites. There is access to the hiking trails from the campground.
Plenty of things to do here for activities, but no campground
The campground is great here. There are lots of sites that overlook the lake. Unfortunately with the lake being so...
Huge campground. Plenty of great hiking to keep your time occupied.
Diverse campground with plenty of options for large or small groups. The times I've been there the DNR was either...