Named after Enos Mills, Mills Lake Trail is a stunning day hike through Rocky Mountain National Park. We’ve got photos, we’ve got videos, and we have the details, all right here.
Archive for February 2016
A Cheesehead in Cheesman
If you can catch a trout in Cheesman, you can catch a trout anywhere. Does Andre have what it takes?
How to Get Outside
The biggest misconception about becoming an Outdoorsy-Person is that you have to travel all the way to Yellowstone National Park and see a wolf chase down a bison, or thru-hike the Appalachian Trail for 3 months while eating only rice and twizzlers from strangers. No! You can find fun things to do in nature right in your own back yard, on the next block over, a few stops down the bus line, or a short drive away. Let me tell you how.
Always Cast Twice
Growing up, your parents told you all the time, don’t give up, keep trying, and its true in fishing too.
Hope Lake Trail – Telluride, CO
July 2012 brought us to Hope Lake Trail, and July 2016 will hopefully bring us back. If you’ve never been to Telluride, Colorado, you have to go at some point in your life. It is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen in America, and I’m from Vermont so I know pretty. A mixture of lush forest paths, rock studded landscapes and flowery hilltop meadows makes Hope Lake a picturesque trail anyone would be delighted to take a stroll on. Click here for directions to the trailhead.
Wabakimi Provincial Park – Ontario Canada
Giant northern pike and tons of walleye await you in Canada! Due to the recent death of my favorite fly rod, I’ve been forced to discuss other things with you this week, and I’d like to tell you all about a little slice of heaven called Wabakimi Provincial Park. Check it out for the full story and great photos of monstrous fish!
Jennie Lakes Trail
I don’t remember much about Jennie Lakes Trail due to a severe case of mild altitude sickness, but it was a really nice trail (I think). So instead let’s discuss the weird things I found while picking up litter with a Park Ranger, and you won’t want to miss the super cool diagram I made about whether or not you need a bear canister…