6 responses to “Ontario Peak – A Micro-Adventure

    • You’re welcome, my friend. Had a BLAST making this film. Good, long training day. Brett and I are hoping it snows soon so we can get some alpine climbing in. And I thought the name of the song was hilarious, actually. There were a few options I was going to go with, but Couch Revenge won out…ha ha ha!

    • You’re welcome for the chuckle!! 🙂 We had fun, and I think it shows. And yes…the scenery is AMAZING. You would probably enjoy it more if I was a cameraman and not a writer (ha ha ha). This trail will get hundreds of people in a single day and that is NOT an exaggeration. Brett and I only do this trail on very specific days/times…like on a Wednesday when everyone should be at work. 😉

  1. Hi Greg,

    Loving the micro adventures! I hope we get to see more of them. Next trip to LA I will definitely seek out Ontario Peak. RE Clif bars, they are quite tasty, however I prefer… (insert low-sexy-velvety-product-plugging-feminine-voice-with-glinty-actress-smile) LUNA BARS! LOL!!!

    • Ha ha ha…Yeah, I haven’t had the Luna Bars, but I’m happy to hear you’re keeping it in the family. 🙂 I actually didn’t used to eat Clif Bars or any other trail bar for that matter. I always found them to be horribly bland or way too sweet. If you’ve seen our micro-adventure from Hole in the Wall, you’ll see the end we talk about Clif Bars. After seeing that, Clif was nice enough to send us a box of bars to fuel future adventures.

      Glad you’re enjoying the videos…more to come!!!

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