Katie was born and raised in Connecticut, but now calls the great state of Utah her home. In 2009, Katie earned the trail name ‘Wilderness’ on the most poorly planned winter camping trip of all time. In 2015, Katie finished her 3-year section-hike of the Appalachian Trail, but she decided to just keep on walking because she was really good at it. Katie is a better dancer than Drake and has been told she has a nice smile. Katie finished her thru-hike of the CDT in September of 2016. She plans to continue walking towards her Triple Crown in the coming years.
Last month, I found myself wandering the Outdoor Retailer show in Salt Lake City, UT in search of some amazing organizations that exist to enrich,
(This is the final installment of my retrospective updates of my 2016 thru-hike of the Continental Divide Trail. Click here, THEM PAWS! Finally,
Walking through the state of snow and high elevation, the need to stop and take zero days to recover was something I took advantage of fully. I also
Colorado, let me count the ways. I left off in
I remember cruising down switchbacks towards the Gila River outside of Ghost Ranch in New Mexico and seeing the snowcapped mountains in the distance.
Hey guys! You may remember me from the ghosts of spring bloggers past. Last time
I've been hiking on the Continental Divide Trail for 25 days now. I've gone about 400+ miles, though it's hard to tell because there are so many
Gear-testing By this time next week, I will be taking my first steps into my 5-month long walk along the Continental Divide. I will be
I'm not a seasonal outdoors(wo)man. Being outside is a very necessary thing for me to survive in this world, so I am a year-round adventurer.
I. I got sick last week. It was a close call, but this isn't the first time I've escaped death. Being sick is the absolute worst, but it is the best