Holiday Greetings from Purple Lizard,
Here at Purple Lizard, the holidays always get us thinking about how we spend the rest of the year.This holiday season we at Purple Lizard would like to take the time to offer our sincere thanks to all our loyal Lizard Maps customers.
We do our best to appreciate the opportunity that each day brings to appreciate the gift of the outdoors in our lives, to encourage friends and family to share in its beauty and the adventure it brings.
Just like you, we get super busy and the things we wish we prioritized sometimes slip to lower on the list. Work gets busy and we don't take that ride, or that hike, or that day in the sun that we planned to. The next day, we remember our purpose, to bring the best of outdoor recreation to our customers and to always seek to appreciate it in our own lives.
We know that our time in the outdoors, among friends or alone, is precious and critical to our happiness, health and well being. So each day we recalibrate and we recommit. To bringing beautiful, functional maps that offer some of the best of outdoor recreation to our customers, and to remembering every day what outdoor experience and adventure brings into our lives!
This holiday season, and throughout the year, we offer our gratitude to you for helping us remember every day what outdoor adventures and experiences can mean. Your stories and your adventures inspire us each and every day to continue to bring the joy of outdoor experience into our lives and the lives of our customers.
When you give the gift of Lizard Maps to yourself or your loved ones, we understand that you are giving something more special than a Lizard Map, (as beautiful as it may be). You are giving an experience of the outdoors and all that that will come to mean in the lives of the people you love. Thank you for sharing the love of Lizard Maps and for being with us on this adventure! Have a Lizard Map facilitated adventure story you would like to share? We would love to hear from you! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Holidays to you and your loved ones,
Purple Lizard Maps
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I had two seriously long days in the woods planned, for an estimated total of 44 miles of backpacking. My plan was to follow a slew of lesser-known trails to create a loop that incorporates both Black Forest Trail and West Rim Trail. I picked this route after studying the Pine Creek Lizard Map. There are countless trails on this excellent map, but some of them are old, neglected, and untravelled. I wouldn’t have it any other way. Winter is a great time to do this kind of exploring. There are no rattlesnakes, nettles, or ticks. Streams are easy to follow, and the cold temperatures can dress up the stream banks with ice sculptures. The lack of leaves creates winter vistas where in the summer there is only endless green. So off I went.