The Cleanest Line
Leilani Bruntz

Leilani Bruntz

Leilani’s passion for trail-based recreation and the environment landed her a job with the International Mountain Bike Association advocating for sustainable mountain bike trail development.  She lived on the road working with mountain bike organizations and land managers across the country.   Her curious eye for trails and unique environments inspires her to travel around the country and world.  She shares her love for outdoor recreation on bike, skis and foot working as a guide based in Crested Butte, Colorado.


The population of the High Atlas is concentrated in small villages, but it’s far more common to see donkeys and other livestock on the paths running through each. Chris Kehmeier and Leilani Bruntz take a well-trod exit near the village of Toulkine. Photo: Leslie Kehmeier

Ask Where The Mules Go

Apr 4, 2019 April 4, 2019

Following ancient pathways in Morocco’s High Atlas Mountains. According to our local guide, Samir Ahmoudou, to travel anywhere in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, you only need to know three Amazigh words: sow, gow, ich—“eat, sleep, drink.” Hospitality will take care of the rest. Such advice seems simple to the point of… Read More