Brian Walters

The Mystique of Alligator Hill in Winter

By Paul Baumbusch | Trail Genius The clouds were rolling in, but that was ok – ideal, even – because I was headed to Alligator Hill. This majestic 9-mile national park trail was hit hard by straight-line winds from the great storm of ’15. Today it boasts a haunting mystique, as well as breathtaking…

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Time For A "Brew-Ski"

By Bob Butz | Adventurist Whether you live here or just visit, there’s a secret to loving the long, cold winters of the 45th parallel. Discover something you enjoy doing in the snow. Find an activity. Have some adventure that gets the heart pumping and maybe taxes muscles you forgot you had. An…

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