Archive for January, 2011

Hiking Alaska – St. Elias National Park

Okay, so last time I took you to Hawaii, for a wonderful hike up Mauna Kea.  Today, lets go to the other extreme in the US, to Alaska.  There is quite a lot of public land set aside for us to enjoy in Alaska.  Mount McKinley and Denali national park come to mind.  But, there […]


Hiking Hawaii’s Highest Peak – Mauna Kea

Going to Hawaii is an experience in itself.  Most people, when they land, want to go to a beach, tour a pineapple plant or take in a luau.  But, what about hiking a 13,000 foot high volcano?  Well, that is on my bucket list and Mauna Kea fits the bill. Donald MacGowan has written a […]


Hiking in San Diego

When I think of California, especially San Diego, the first thing that comes to mind is not hiking.  Yes, they do have great weather all year round, but I think of large urban sprawl.  Well, hiking trails abound there.  Here is a great article by guest writer David Hay that reveals a few choice hiking […]