Saturday, May 25 2019

This unique fitness program combines, community, adventure, and fitness for men who want to make a fitness pivot in 2020. Bryan Feller and up to six other men will journey with one another in a fitness transformation initiative that will last for nine months, starting January 2020, which will culminate in a Mount Whitney summit trip in August of that year. To get on the interest list, fill out the application online before November 30, 2019.

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Bryan Feller

Epic Adventures Go Big Go Far

In August of 2018, I hiked 200 miles in 12 days, solo, on the John Muir Trail. I had already summited Mount Whitney twice in the past two years, so I decided to bypass this part of the trail and hike from Horseshoe Meadows to…

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We were familiar with Zion and Bryce National Parks, but Becky and I had always wanted to see more of Utah. Bec especially wanted to see the Grand Canyon. We had heard about The Grand Circle of National Parks, and after getting…

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For many, the 210-mile long John Muir Trail, which runs north to south across the Sierra Nevada, represents the quintessential backcountry hike. While this trail was on our radar, we thought the High Sierra Trail…

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Adventure Lifestyle Get Away for a Day or a Weekend

With an elevation gain of 10,300′, the Cactus to Clouds Trail has one of the greatest elevation increases among day-hike routes in the United States. It is 16 miles from the trailhead to the summit (+5.5 more miles back to the Sram station), making it one of the steeper trails of its length in the world.

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While Iron Mountain, also known as Big Iron, is far lower in elevation than other Southern California summits, it is the most difficult mountain to climb in the entire region. The trail follows a series of high mountain ridges to the summit, gaining 7,300′ of elevation – 3.500′ in the last two miles alone. 

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San Bernardino Peak is one of my favorite local hikes. It’s never crowded like many of the other trails, and the scenery is beautiful. I’ve been wanting to go for months, but the weather and my schedule have not cooperated.

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