Review: Root Beer GU Energy Gel
posted Apr 13, 2015 by AJ Heil
For years, GU has provided athletes and recreation enthusiasts with quality products to keep fueled and moving forward. GU Energy Gels are designed to deliver lasting energy that can be easily digested to be used efficiently and quickly for bodily exertion. Like many energy gels, GU's...
Review: No Matter What Duffel by Eagle Creek
posted Apr 9, 2015 by AJ Heil
One thing that seems universal among adventurers is our need to travel. It's not to say that we have to travel far away or pack up and move all the time, but there comes a time when are hearts are drawn to GO. To go somewhere--anywhere--and...
National Park Service Fee Free Day: April 18-19
posted Apr 7, 2015 by JohnH
Photo: AJ Heil Join the National Park Service and the National Park Foundation in Celebrating National Park Week with an entrance fee free weekend April 18-19th. With 401 National Parks you might be surprised to find a National Park near you. Start planning your trip visit today on tripleblaze.com or at...
Trip Report: Canyon Overlook Trail, Zion National Park, Utah
posted Apr 6, 2015 by AJ Heil
Looking for an awesome hike in Zion, but don't have much time to spend in the park? The Canyon Overlook Trail may be a perfect stop for you! Canyon Overlook Trail is only a one-mile round trip that provides incredible views of the lower canyon with quintessential...
I love this place. Me and my family make it there every year. It's clean and quiet.
I like Whalon lake a lot. The lake is huge and ripe with fish. There are also plenty of river...
Hammel is a good place for hikers. Lots of little trails.
Park is ok. Really just a riverside park. Not much hiking, and no camping. My buddy had is kayak stolen...
I like this park a lot. Some nice hiking along the river.
It was an OK campground. not awful, but nothing noteworthy really. Not bad for the area tho.
Have been going here for years. Parker Dam is a CCC Park. Very clean and freindly staff. Campgound host was...