Convict Lake Resort
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... what I hope to make a 2,650 mile continuous foot path from the Mexican border to the Canadian border. For those who don't know me. I am a 22 year old male, with right around 1,000 miles of hiking experience. And though I am very confident and truthfully sometimes stupid. I do understand this trip will be a life-changing challenge both mentally and physically. One that I might not complete for a multitude of reasons. But I do think ...
... so far. High Rocky Mountains, dark valleys, snow topped peaks, salt flats, massive sand dunes.... you name it, they were there. Absolutely amazing scenery, all topped off with the brightest of blue skies, with a very varied assortment of scudding white clouds painted on top.
Death Valley made way for a mini Switzerland on our left and grasslands to the right; we climbed up to 7000 feet and down again; every time the landscape was different, as if driving through ...
... didn't see much as everything is so dry, that there was only a little mist coming over the falls. In Bishop, CA for the night then off to Vegas for a week. The pictures of the sunset were taken after we left Yosemite, as we were driving down the highway the whole valley was filled with smoke from a forest ...
... valleys with a couple of water falls flowing through one of them. We got an extended look at them after the truck broke down a couple miles outside the pass into Yosemite. We didn't know was wrong with it, and didn't get cell reception so we had to trek it to the pass to call for a tow truck. On the walk back we ended up taking a hike around a lake just outside the pass. We threw some snowballs, skied; ...
Another ride recommended by the local bike shop. Short but awesome downhill single track following the fast flowing creek. Bill rode the trail twice! After hauling back up to the car we decided to do a hike further down the same trail to take some photos. Finished off with a trip to the beer garden in town and on to the hot springs to soak those sore ...