Colorado

  • The 42nd Annual Telluride Film Festival

    The 42nd Annual Telluride Film Festival

    I had a great time attending this year’s 42nd annual Telluride Film Festival. Although I didn’t get to see as many films as I ultimately wanted, the rest of my time was spent on beautiful hikes and excursions with my family and Miho. A few quick reviews of the films I did manage to see…

  • Exploring Fall in Colorado

    Exploring Fall in Colorado

    Fall in Colorado is beautiful, with leaves changing colors, light snow falling, and cooling temperatures. A few quick photos from the season:  

  • Speaking on Living and Working at the South Pole, Antarctica at Neptune Mountaineering

    Speaking on Living and Working at the South Pole, Antarctica at Neptune Mountaineering

    Here’s the recording of my recent talk at Neptune Mountaineering. I spoke about my experiences living and working in Antarctica, and what I have coming up next,

  • Climbing Colorado’s Mt. Massive – 14,429 Feet

    Climbing Colorado’s Mt. Massive – 14,429 Feet

    This past weekend, I traveled with a good group of friends to Leadville, Colorado to camp at the base of and climb Mt. Massive, one of Colorado’s 14ers, and the 2nd highest peak in the Rocky Mountains. Route Description, from 14ers.com: Leave the parking area and begin hiking up the Colorado/Mt. Massive trail – Photo…

  • Videoblog: Early Season Snowboarding in Telluride, Colorado

    Today I got out on the slopes for a few very early season runs in Telluride, Colorado. Not much is open yet, but the snow was great!

  • NOLS-WMI Wilderness First Responder Training in Leadville, Colorado

    NOLS-WMI Wilderness First Responder Training in Leadville, Colorado

    For the past 2 weeks I’ve been living at the High Mountain Institute campus in Leadville, Colorado undergoing Wilderness First Responder training, through the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) Wilderness Medicine Institute (WMI). Photo Set on Flickr (Slideshow) The last two weeks, including people, class, adventures, and campus have been amazing. Our group is about…

  • Visiting Boulder, Colorado May 2011

    The second stop this summer, after my road trip on I-90, was my old college town Boulder, Colorado. During my 5 day stay in Boulder, I got to see old friends, make a bunch of cool new ones, and take part in some classic Memorial Day in Boulder activities. I was in Boulder, CO from…

  • Running the 2011 Bolder Boulder 10km Road Race

    Today in the Memorial Day tradition, I ran the Bolder Boulder 10km Road Race. It’s a great race through the streets of Boulder, Colorado, giving a complete tour of the town. I’ve been running this race since college, and every year it’s great. The entire town comes out to watch, everybody has fun, and the…

  • Boulder Creek Festival

    Every Memorial Day weekend in Boulder, Colorado, the community comes together for the Boulder Creek Festival. Vendors, artists, and entrepreneurs from near and far come to set up booths up and down the Boulder Creek Path, and everyone comes out to check it out. This year, I met up with Chad and Amber to check…

  • Photography in Telluride, Colorado

    Photography in Telluride, Colorado

    Recently, I took a trip out to Telluride, Colorado with friends. We enjoyed the Telluride Bluegrass festival, and did a 3 day backcountry trip up to Mt. Wilson and Navajo Lake, in Lizard Head Wilderness. Here are photos from the trip, as well as a short collection of video clips. View the Stars over Navajo…

  • Climbing Longs Peak – 14,259 Feet

    Climbing Longs Peak – 14,259 Feet

    Listening to: Layo & Bushwaka! – Night Works So I was just scanning through the hundreds of little video clips i’ve taken over the years with various digital cameras, and found this one of Me, Steve, John, Chris and Kieth on the top of Longs Peak. Ahh, those were the days…I miss the mountains now…