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I climbed a mountain once. It was a six hour hike that included drinking two liters of water and lots of complaining from my end. I was the stereotypical teenager on a family trip; I whined and sighed and made sarcastic comments all the way until the tippy top. 374 more words

Spain Part 11: Salceda to Monte de Gozo

Saturday, March 15, 2014: I woke up this morning feeling like I was in a surreal dream. Seven years ago I discovered the Camino de Santiago and made a vow to myself that I’d hike it. 1,704 more words


Groton, MA on Nashua River Rail Trail

I headed south of the border into Massachusetts on the Nashua River Rail Trail for a walk through the Groton stretch. Of the four towns along the trail, Groton is where the history of the rail line is most evident. 327 more words


Getting High in Kananaskis country

Distant rugged peaks + soaring views – real life = Kananaskis country.

Situated about an hour to the west of Calgary, Canada is beautiful Kananaskis Country. 527 more words


Duke's Creek Re-Do: July 26

Greg and I first hiked Duke’s Creek back in November. We were wearing warm clothes and I even wore my super-awesome owl hat. We decided to return and see how much the trail changes over the seasons. 111 more words


Remains of Missing Hiker Dawson Johnson Found at Sequoia National Park | abc30.com

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) — National Park Service search and rescues crews say the body of missing hiker Dawson Johnson, 75, has been recovered from the north slope of Mt. 104 more words


Idaho Springs Hike

I got my mountain fix! Today Brian had the day off so we decided to go somewhere close and quick. His sister is coming into town tomorrow for about 4 days so we took the chance to get out for a minute. 495 more words