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TrailDirt.com Navigation TrailDirt.com Get the dirt. Hit the trail. Home Primary Guide Service FAQ Book Camp/Hike Food/Gear Going Places Outdoor News Business Science Environmental Technology Wildlife About Us Contact Buy Display Advertising on TrailDirt.com Return to Content No Reservation Campgrounds My Top Five Hiking Mistakes Stay Warm on Cold Nights in the High Country New Mexico Camping: Campgrounds Near Cloudcroft Must-Haves for a Great Car Camping Trip Looking For An Outdoor Guide Job? Here Are Five Things You Need to Know By JC on March 14, 2014 in Business, Guides & Outfitters, High Life Many outdoor enthusiasts consider themselves to be quite experienced in hiking, backpacking, or camping, and want to take their experience and shift it into an outdoor guide job. As a former guide and guide service business owner, I can tell you that there is more to being an outdoor guide than just experience being outdoors–although […] Continue Reading 4 Year of the Ram: Hiking the Alps By JC on February 19, 2015 in Camp/Hike, International, Photography, Video In honor of the Chinese New Year–the year of the ram or goat–I found this amazing short video of a day spent hiking the Alps, with a cameo by one of the more spectacular mountain goats I’ve ever seen. By the way, the filmmaker is a priest who at the time was based in Liechtenstein (he […] Continue Reading 0 Why I Hike: Hiking Therapy By JC on October 30, 2014 in Blog, Camp/Hike, Environmental The storms of life. The agony of defeat. Rejection. Heartbreak. Death. We’ve all experienced these things, the banes of our collective existence. Luckily, we have a place to go and collect ourselves and return to wholeness as human beings. It’s called the natural world. Hiking therapy is real and it works. I know that most […] Continue Reading 3 Plan An Autumn Getaway To See Fall Foliage By JC on September 3, 2014 in Camp/Hike, Environmental, High Life It’s the time of year to begin planning an autumn getaway to see fall foliage — the golden yellows and blazing reds that are so glorious. Homeaway.com has a nice fall colors map and infographic that puts it all together for leaf-peepers. Also be sure to check out this article by the Forest Service about the science […] Continue Reading 0 Great Campgrounds On The Way to Great Places By JC on July 23, 2014 in Camp/Hike, Desert Southwest, National Forests, Pacific Northwest, Rocky Mountain States, state & local parks, United States The TrailDirt crew just returned from a foray into Arizona, Nevada, and Northern California (again), and we have some information to share with our readers about campgrounds we stayed in that were “on the way” to some great places. What is meant by “on the way,” you ask? Well, it’s a spot where the day’s […] Continue Reading 0 Hiking At El Morro National Monument, New Mexico By JC on July 18, 2014 in Camp/Hike, Desert Southwest, New Mexico, Trails I went hiking at El Morro National Monument in Northern New Mexico, and I have just returned from that short trip. El Morro is probably one of the nicest national monuments I’ve ever visited. It has a nine-site campground with water and a pit toilet, and it is FREE. Yes, free. Also, dogs are allowed anywhere […] Continue Reading 1 Hiking to Archaeology Sites? Mind Your Manners By JC on July 1, 2014 in Camp/Hike, Environmental, Science You are out on a beautiful hike in the wilds of the American Southwest and you come upon a cozy rock shelter with pictographs, petroglyphs, and all kinds of pottery sherds. Great, you think! An added bonus to the day’s outing in the form of an amazing archaeology site in the middle of nowhere. You […] Continue Reading 0 Yosemite National Park Video, Pt. 2 By JC on June 23, 2014 in California, National Parks, Photography, Video Watch this great timelapse photography video of Yosemite National Park set to a great music track. It’s five minutes of awesome. Continue Reading 1 Southern Utah Short Film Is Stunning By JC on April 1, 2014 in Canyons, Desert Southwest, High Life, Photography, States N-W, United States, Video This incredible short film, Journey to Skate Boulder, touches on all the beauty and magnificence that are the Canyons of Southern Utah. Watching it made us homesick here at TrailDirt, as we lived and worked in this country for almost seven years. The scenery, the places, the beauty of Southern Utah is perfectly encapsulated in […] Continue Reading 1 My Day Hiking Checklist By JC on March 26, 2014 in Camp/Hike, Food/Gear When I go day hiking there are certain things that I wear–and certain things that I pack–in my day pack. The first thing I do is choose my clothing wisely. Fall or spring mornings? Choose breathable layers, like a polyester/cotton tee shirt, with a fleece pull-over I can remove when it gets warmer later in […] Continue Reading 1 Ten Best Colorado State Parks By JC on March 24, 2014 in Camp/Hike, Places, Rocky Mountain States, state & local parks, States A-M, United States Colorado seems to be on everyone’s radar these days–and Colorado state parks are waiting for you to visit. If you are planning a Colorado trip that includes outdoor recreation, it may be a good time to review other camping options that are not the state’s more well-known national parks. Colorado has myriad choices for outdoor […] Continue Reading 0 Canyon Hiking Shoe Options By JC on March 15, 2014 in Backpacking, Camp/Hike, Canyons, Food/Gear I was talking with a friend about shoes the other day. She works for a local outfitter and we were talking about all the new styles and materials that are coming out in new shoe lines. It occurred to me as we talked that many folks that had never hiked in the deserts and canyons knew to […] Continue Reading 1 What It’s Like to Live and Work At A National Park By JC on March 10, 2014 in Canyons, Desert Southwest, Guides & Outfitters, High Life, National Parks, States A-M, United States I don’t often write about things that may or may not be of use to folks hiking and camping, but I thought it might be a good time to reminisce about the three summers I worked in and lived just outside of Grand Canyon National Park. Many people that I’ve been following on Twitter spend […] Continue Reading 0 Packing The Basics for Hiking Safety By JC on February 13, 2014 in Backpacking, Camp/Hike, Food/Gear You are a skilled hiker. You are pretty well-read when it comes to hiking safety. You know how to have a great day out on the trail or on an overland ramble. But are you ready for the unknown, that “black swan” event on the trail that could leave you out all night, unprepared? Don’t […] Continue Reading 0 Happy Birthday Ed Abbey By JC on January 29, 2014 in Environmental, National Parks, States N-W, Video Happy Birthday Edward Abbey! In remembrance of this great lover of the desert and of all things right and true and gonzo, watch this never-broadcast video shot in Arches National Park in 1985. It was shelved because a well-known broadcaster didn’t want an “eco-ter...

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