Uphill Both Ways: Hiking Toward Happiness on the Colorado Trail
One grouchy husband. Three reluctant kids. Five hundred miles of wilderness. One and a half centuries of exploitation of natural resources. And one mom, determined to escape the humdrum existence of modern parenting and a toxic work environment for the family adventure of a lifetime.
If you put Terry Tempest Williams and Cheryl Strayed and Kelly Corrigan in a room together, this is the book they would write. I loved it.
In language both witty and lush, [Lani] vividly portrays this remarkable terrain while also sharing a personal story of self-examination and persistence. UPHILL BOTH WAYS gripped me from its hopeful start to its jubilant finish.