Day One Arriving early in beautiful Boulder City, NV, our group decided to do an 8 mile round trip hike along the old railway that linked Boulder City to the Hoover dam construction site. The historic Black Canyon trail provided breathtaking views of Lake Mead, remnants of the old shanty towns, and
Day One The past few days leading up to this snow summit trip has our group very excited as there has been 18 inches of new snow. We arrived early to the mountain and decided to try out snow tubing at a local resort before we headed off to our afternoon adventure. With bright color tubes in hand,
Day One The Adventure Van had some new additions added to its arsenal including snow chains, snow shovels, and snowboard/ski racks as we headed out early in the morning. However, we got into Mammoth Lakes mid-day and started our 10 mile hike through the foothills of Mammoth Mountain, trudging
Day One After driving eight hours, we arrived in the early morning ready to start our Grand Canyon October adventure. After meeting with our rafting guides and going through the safety orientation, we boarded the blue pontoon boats and set out on the Colorado River. It was exhilarating-charging
Day 1: Big Bear here we come. After a quick breakfast stop and our bodies full of calories we set off on our first hike of the trip to summit Gray’s Peak. One of Sierra Club’s top 100, we summited the peak and enjoyed 360 degree views from an amazing 7,920 feet above. We made it into camp in the
Day One We set up camp along the Kern River banks and set out for an afternoon hike to Whiskey Flats. It was a new experience to hike through the recently burned out forest. The forest had been charred to nothing in a wildfire the year before and the ground was covered with new tree growth and
Day One We set up camp along the banks and set out for an afternoon hike to Whiskey Flats. It was a new experience to hike through Catalina Island July 2011. The forest had been charred to nothing in a wildfire the year before and the ground was covered with new tree growth and burned out stumps.
Day One This trip marked the debut of the Adventure Van, the newest addition to the Morningside fleet to be used for experiential and adventure programming. We drove out to Kings Canyon and set up our camp along the banks of the mighty Kings River. The river was flowing at 15,000 cubic feet per