I live in a mountain town and I love to trail run. In my opinion, trail running is the purest form of running. The surroundings keep you so entertained that you don’t need any music. The rocks, tree roots, and other obstacles keep you on your toes. And the constant undulation of the terrain is a hill workout and a speed workout all in one. But the best part of trail running is the adventure of it. Every run is different. Sometimes it feels like you are just out there to get lost! The Lost Prospector Loop is the literal extension of that feeling running this loop right now is spectacular!
As I was hiking this afternoon I realized that if I ever decided to come up with a line of toenail polish I would definitely use Fall as my inspiration. I also decided that if I was a fashion designer, my Fall line would be called Mother Nature and it would be a mixture of bright colored and neutral tone ombre.
Sometimes an afternoon hike through the woods just calls for photo montage. Color is courtesy of Mother Nature…and Deer Valley.
One of the best things about living in a mountain town is, drum roll please, the mountains! The Uinta (pronounced you-in-tah) Range is less than 20 minutes outside of Park City. Today was one of those perfect Fall days in which my house could not contain me. After 12:00, I hit the road to spend the second half of my day in these majestic mountains.