Hike-the-Y

The Y has been a tradition for alumni, students, and families in Utah County. The trail itself isn’t very hard or long but it is full of switch backs to get you up the mountain. There are around 10 turns and at each turn it tells you how far until the next turn. Because it is steep there is plenty of places to stop and rest. As you ascend the mountain the view of Utah Valley get better and better. I think the Y is perfect for training…

Zion-National-Park

Growing up in St. George, Utah I was only a short drive from Zion National Park. I spent many summer weekends during summer break hiking all over the main trails. As I have grown up I have left the crowded trails for some of the more dramatic less seen parts of Zion National Park.  Regardless if you spend your time hiking in Zion or canyoneering I have found that as I follow these simple tips I have been safe on my adventures.

Bora-Bora-Overwater-Bungalow

Whether you are looking for beautiful weather, or simply a way to get away from it all, Tahiti is the place to go. Located in the South Pacific, Tahiti is family to 118 islands and over 120,000 natives call this island their home. As a vacation destination, Tahiti plays host to over 200,000 guests every year, opening their hearts and their hospitality to them. Here is what an average week in Tahiti might look like.

Angels-Landing-Zion-National-Park

Growing up in Utah I have spent countless days exploring these wonderful National Parks. Check out this great video showcasing some of my favorite places on earth!