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How to prepare for biking the Going to the Sun Road

Ahh Glacier, one of my most favorite places on the planet. For those of you who have been around for a bit, you may recall last year when we biked up Glacier National Park’s Going to the Sun Road. We must have done a great job of talking it up, because this year we (and be “we” I mean Kyle) helped organize another ride up one of our country’s most scenic roads. This year, in lieu of giving you another…

Bike the Going to the Sun Road in Glacier National Park | Stuck in North Idaho

Biking Going to the Sun Road | Glacier National Park

This summer has been spent on two wheels, a change of pace in comparison to past summers spent hiking and car camping. Earlier this summer, Kyle and a couple friends convinced me to bite the bullet and buy my first road bike. To make sure I actually used said bike, I signed up for the Coeur d’Alene Bike Co.’s Coeur d’Fondo training group. Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday this summer, we’ve been meeting at the shop to go on group…

Northwest Instagram Inspiration

Happy Friday, friends! I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving last week and spent little (or no) time waiting in shopping lines and traffic. Life has slowed down quite a bit in the Nagel household. It's now completely dark before and after work, so I've been taking very few pictures, and Kyle had a case of bronchitis so we've been laying low for about a week. Yep, it's officially that time of the year when we hibernate during the week and…

Hike to Revett Lake near Murray, Idaho | Stuck in North Idaho

Road Trip: Quinn’s Hot Springs

You guys, my mind keeps wandering back to last week. You see, over the past few months I’ve had a severe case of wanderlust and in hopes of curing it we hit the open road for a little place called Quinn’s Hot Springs outside of – check this – Paradise, Montana. The place was literally a little piece of Paradise. Kyle managed to borrow a friend’s motorcycle for Friday and Saturday last week. Having never gone further than around Hayden Lake…