Outdoors with Jesus led the hikes for Camp Never Alone.
We hiked to the Summit of BALD MOUNTIAN for a breathe taking lunch. Then we hiked around beautiful MIRROR LAKE.
CAMP NEVER ALONE was a singles camp that Mark Anderson organized at the BEAR RIVER CAMP in Wyoming. The camp has places to set up tents or cabins to sleep in. We had nature walks seeing the sunset, campfires, water color class, fishing trips, and fun at the swimming hole.
This a Christian Camp that is located by the Mirror Lake Highway on the Wyoming/Utah border.
One of the highlights of the camp was the hike to RUTH LAKE. This is an easy hike with incredible scenery.
Saturday, July 19, 2014
Great fun, fellowship, wildflowers, cool breeze, awesome views of Brighton and Heber, and a wonderful day to be Outdoors with Jesus.
CLAYTON PEAK HIKE
MILEAGE: 2 1/2 miles to 10,721' summit,
ELEVATION GAIN 1960'
HIKE TIME: 4 1/3 hours total.
DIRECTIONS: Big Cottonwood Canyon begins at Wasatch Blvd. & Fort Union Blvd. in Salt Lake City. Drive to the top and park at Brighton ski resort.
RESTROOMS at Silver Lake.
- Look for the ski sign at the large Brighton parking area.
- Follow the gravel path to the Lake Mary trailhead.
- Walk up the hill full of wildflowers.
- Turn left at the Dog Lake trail junction.
- Keep following the trail to the left.
- The right trail takes you to Dog Lake.
- Walk through an enchanted forest.
- At Snake Creek Pass, enjoy the rocky overlook.
- Hike up the road to Clayton Peak.
- On the right, take the trail to the summit.
- As you scramble, enjoy breathe taking views.
GEAR: Hiking pole, water, sack lunch, first aid, bug spray, sunscreen, hat, camera, and hiking gear.
Saturday, July 12, 2014
Jesus gave us a beautiful day riding the parkway trails in Park City, Utah.
The Good news Jail ride raises support for the Good News Jail and Prison Ministry, supporting the chaplains serving in the Salt Lake County Jail. Participants received a T shirt, and a great BBQ lunch. There were great prizes given away too. If you missed this year's event, join us next year.
Outdoors With Jesus is one of the many sponsors who helped support this event.
A special thanks to Jack and Mary who helped put this fantastic ride and lunch together and Shepherd of the Mountain Lutheran Church in Park City, Utah.
Saturday, July 5, 2014
It was wonderful being up in God's forest, hearing birds, seeing wildflowers, and hiking by a beautiful reservoir.
Today we hiked twice, once in the morning and after lunch.
Smith Moorehouse Reservoir is located up Weber Canyon, from Oakley, Utah.
The first hike we went over the dam to the other side and walked around 1 hour, while some went fishing.
The second hike we drove to Trail 001 and hike 1 hour, out and back.