How did you welcome 2016? We had a pretty quiet night at home with family. I worked early New Year’s morning but the place was hopping with runners from a local Resolution Run. It was a busy morning but also great fun. The energy of a new year and exciting new adventures were definitely in the air.
On Saturday the 2nd my husband, two of my kiddos along with a great group of local peeps headed out on a “New Year, New Adventure Run/Hike” with The Treadmill. We headed out to Brazil Ranch 1,255 acres of rocky shoreline and rolling hillsides off Rt 1 just past the famous Bixby Bridge in Big Sur.
According to my GPS the hike was just over 5 miles up and back. After a fairly good climb up the mostly dirt path (described as “moderate” in the trail book we own) we were rewarded with rolling trails, dotted with roaming cows and this…
Absolutely gorgeous views of Big Sur. Worth every single step. I mean how often are you rewarded with a view like that?!? And as if that wasn’t spectacular enough we were able to view whales spouting just off the coast. Simply amazing! God is quite the artist isn’t he!
Like what you see? Come Join us!
The Treadmill is launching a new Trailhead Run/Hike initiative for 2016 and this was just the first hike of the year.
“Trailhead was born out of the desire to promote physical well-being and friendships through running & hiking while encouraging and participating in Environmental Advocacy. A family of runners, hikers, parents, children and friends of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds who cherish friendship, adventure, laughing, running & hiking while being surrounded by breathtaking beauty. We are of all speeds, abilities, ages, goals and experience.”
“Trailhead’s ultimate mission is to celebrate the area we live in, participating in what we love, with the ones we love.” ~ The Treadmill.
My family and I hope to participate in as many hikes as possible and take full advantage of the area while we are in California. If you are local or will be out in the Big Sur/Carmel/Monterey area and would like more info click here for The Treadmill to be directed to their website for information on hikes and more (coming soon)