Articles by Audrey Morris

Hailing from the lovely mountain town of Durango, Colorado, Audrey was born and raised on muddy desert rivers and high mountain wildflowers. Growing up in such close proximity to awesome places like Canyonlands, the LaPlata Mountains, and more influenced Audrey's addiction to constantly being outside, doing everything from rafting to backpacking to skiing. The highlight of her life is her recent trip down the Grand Canyon, braving 25-ft waves in a 26-year-old bucket boat and exploring Elves' Chasm, Deer Creek, Havasu and so much more for 16 days. She can now die happy. Audrey continues to adventure in the great outdoors in Bozeman, Montana as she pursues a degree in Architecture at Montana State University. Although she spends a fair amount of time at Bridger Bowl University shredding the gnar as well.


The key to surviving summer heat waves

Summer is always hot here in the southwest, but with recent heat waves, daily temperatures in my high desert/mountain town of Durango, Colorado have been nearing the hundreds. I had this lengthy bucket list of things to do outside this summer, with tons of hikes and peaks and trying out some climbing; instead of all…