Let Me Introduce You To The Team
Zeus – The Majestic Siberian Husky
Zeus is a 5-year-old male Siberian Husky from a dog breeder in Ohio. We have been inseparable since he was 3 months old when he arrived in Las Vegas. Zeus started his hiking career a few months later at Mt. Charleston, Southern Nevada’s highest mountain. This mountain served as our backyard from the city with an annual tradition to camp and summit “Big Charlie” for his birthday. As I ventured further out each year to explore new hiking destinations, Zeus would often accompany me. From camping in the snow on alpine mountains, taking a 2-hour ferry ride to hike Catalina Island off the coast of California, and taking a road trip on the Pacific Coast Highway from San Diego to San Francisco, Zeus has always been by my side. The Pacific Crest Trail will be the adventure he has been preparing for his entire life.
Robb Nasty – The Human
My name is Robert Anderson, I am 41 years old, and from the world-famous, Sin City, Las Vegas, NV. Living in the fight capital of the world, I was involved with combat sports competing in MMA, Kickboxing, and Jiu-Jitsu. When I stopped competing, I was still in love with the sport. So I continuously trained to stay in shape and to keep my fighting skills sharp so I could stay hard to kill. Later, I became a striking coach for Tribe Fitness & Martial Arts, a gym that was started by my former training partner and good friend. If you want to test my Kickboxing skills when I return from the PCT, you can find me at Tribe Vegas. I dare you!
Lone Wolf Las Vegas – The Business
I own and operate a small outdoor business called Lone Wolf Outdoor Adventures which provides guided hiking and backpacking trips to unique destinations in the Southwest. Completing many iconic hikes in the Southwest including Angels Landing in Zion, Half-Dome in Yosemite, a thru-hike of Catalina Island, the tallest mountain in the lower 48 states, Mt. Whitney, and a variety of other locations, I was searching for the next challenge. The Pacific Crest Trail was calling to me and I answered.
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