My name is Will and I use he/him/his pronouns. I work as an outdoor educator during the school year and try to fill my summers with running and hiking adventures. In 2020, I plan to thru-hike the Colorado Trail as my first long trail. Between my runs and hikes, I like spending my time eating freshly baked goods, listening to good music, and writing.
With consistently wet weather in the forecast and only 75 miles left to go, I headed out of Silverton for my last few days on the trail. Day 25-
With just 150 miles left in the trail, we took a slightly unusual approach in our mileage between Spring Creek Pass and Molas Pass. Day 21- To the
After a zero day in Salida to eat good food and celebrate my birthday, I went back out on the trail for a final push toward Oleo Ranch, my
After the long, flattish walk around the lake near Twin Lakes, my hike quickly turned vertical as I entered the Collegiate West (CW). I had
My first town day felt fairly refreshing and exciting, but getting back out on trail also felt equally exciting. Day 6- Through Copper My
I'm sitting in Breckenridge eating fresh-baked goods (ordered wearing a mask, of course) and feeling fortunate to not be out in the afternoon
My relationship with the Colorado Trail over the past few months has been very off-and-on. I first considered the trail last year and delved deeper
If you aren't already on a trail, then you are likely at home with either canceled work or social plans, as in my case. While my work is still going
My reasons for choosing to hike the Colorado Trail in 2020.
My thoughts, as a long-distance runner, on the best available recovery tools to carry on-trail.