A lighter climb day vs. completing the hardest pass day Day Miles Point A to Point B Elevation Gain Elevation Loss June 8 10.54 miles Just below Guitar Lake to Tyndall Creek 1,706 feet 1,909 feet June 9 13.37 miles Tyndall Creek to Vidette… Continue Reading “John Muir Trail: Day 3 & 4”
That hammock you’ve always been waiting to relax in while wearing that jacket you won’t ever take off in a National Park. Check out my new picks this month!
1. REI Co-op Sit Pad > >>that pad you buy in order to not sit on a hard surface on your hike There’s been plenty of times that I have been on backpacking trips and have to either bring out my mattress from the… Continue Reading “My Picks – May 2017”
1. Luzon 18L Daypack DEL DIA > >>that backpack you take on a day hike or a backpacking trip I have a couple day packs already, but this one is by far the most comfortable one I have used. I didn’t actually go out… Continue Reading “My Picks – October 2016”
1. Therm-a-Rest NeoAir XLite Sleeping pad > >>that mat you get because it’s small, light and comfy. I’ve had a different kind of Therm-a-Rest for years and it was about time for me to upgrade as I am a more frequent backpacker than I… Continue Reading “My Picks – September 2016”
Osprey Kestrel 32 National Park Service Pack >> >>the pack that celebrates the National Park Service’s 100-year anniversary. This is one of many sales of exclusive packs that will aid the National Park Foundation’s mission. In November of last year, Osprey Packs because an… Continue Reading “My Picks – April 2016”