Strasbourg dall'alto // #france #instafrance #igersfrance #visitfrance #volgofrance #strasbourg #goatworthy #optoutside #camp4pix #gopro #ourcamplife #redbull #stayandwander #feelthealps #bealpine #natgeo #neverstopexploring #wildernessculture #patagonia #livebravely #beautifuldestinations #passionpassport #sony #samsung 2 minutes ago by @writtenyear
Petit France // #france #instafrance #igersfrance #visitfrance #volgofrance #strasbourg #goatworthy #optoutside #camp4pix #gopro #ourcamplife #redbull #stayandwander #feelthealps #bealpine #natgeo #neverstopexploring #wildernessculture #patagonia #livebravely #beautifuldestinations #passionpassport #sony #samsung 6 minutes ago by @writtenyear
In Francia ti cacciano fuori all'orario di chiusura (11.30) anche mentre stai mettendo soldi per accendere una candela // #france #instafrance #igersfrance #visitfrance #volgofrance #strasbourg #goatworthy #optoutside #camp4pix #gopro #ourcamplife #redbull #stayandwander #feelthealps #bealpine #natgeo #neverstopexploring #wildernessculture #patagonia #livebravely #beautifuldestinations #passionpassport #sony #samsung 7 minutes ago by @writtenyear
10 minutes ago by @kaylinhikes
That was one incredible spot! Seemed like a scene from the movie ‘Lost’ - took almost an hour of windy roads looping around a huge hill in the middle of the Cali plain to get to the observatory and a radio tower on the very top. Could see Big Sur down to the west and Yosemite on the East. 📸: @yana.bek . . . . . . . . . . . . . #livenotrace #abstractlandscape #wildernessculture #adventure #art_dailydose #artcollectors #artartdaily #artforbreakfast #travelhacks #camelbackmountain #campervanculture #coffeelife #campingfood #roamfree #vacation #choosehiking #coffeemugs #goatworthy #enamelmugs #ourpnw #happycamper #inspiredbytravel #inspiredbynature #findyourbackcountry #lifeonthego #natheo #outboundliving #wildernessnation #hikingtheglobe #merknmountains 22 minutes ago by @couloir.art
That was one incredible spot! Seemed like a scene from the movie ‘Lost’ - took almost an hour of windy roads looping around a huge hill in the middle of the Cali plain to get to the observatory and a radio tower on the very top. Could see Big Sur down to the west and Yosemite on the East. 📸: @yana.bek . . . . . . . . . . . . . #livenotrace #abstractlandscape #wildernessculture #adventure #art_dailydose #artcollectors #artartdaily #artforbreakfast #travelhacks #camelbackmountain #campervanculture #coffeelife #campingfood #roamfree #vacation #choosehiking #coffeemugs #goatworthy #enamelmugs #ourpnw #happycamper #inspiredbytravel #inspiredbynature #findyourbackcountry #lifeonthego #natheo #outboundliving #wildernessnation #hikingtheglobe #merknmountains 22 minutes ago by @couloir.art
That was one incredible spot! Seemed like a scene from the movie ‘Lost’ - took almost an hour of windy roads looping around a huge hill in the middle of the Cali plain to get to the observatory and a radio tower on the very top. Could see Big Sur down to the west and Yosemite on the East. 📸: @yana.bek . . . . . . . . . . . . . #livenotrace #abstractlandscape #wildernessculture #adventure #art_dailydose #artcollectors #artartdaily #artforbreakfast #travelhacks #camelbackmountain #campervanculture #coffeelife #campingfood #roamfree #vacation #choosehiking #coffeemugs #goatworthy #enamelmugs #ourpnw #happycamper #inspiredbytravel #inspiredbynature #findyourbackcountry #lifeonthego #natheo #outboundliving #wildernessnation #hikingtheglobe #merknmountains 22 minutes ago by @couloir.art
That was one incredible spot! Seemed like a scene from the movie ‘Lost’ - took almost an hour of windy roads looping around a huge hill in the middle of the Cali plain to get to the observatory and a radio tower on the very top. Could see Big Sur down to the west and Yosemite on the East. 📸: @yana.bek . . . . . . . . . . . . . #livenotrace #abstractlandscape #wildernessculture #adventure #art_dailydose #artcollectors #artartdaily #artforbreakfast #travelhacks #camelbackmountain #campervanculture #coffeelife #campingfood #roamfree #vacation #choosehiking #coffeemugs #goatworthy #enamelmugs #ourpnw #happycamper #inspiredbytravel #inspiredbynature #findyourbackcountry #lifeonthego #natheo #outboundliving #wildernessnation #hikingtheglobe #merknmountains 22 minutes ago by @couloir.art
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 79 | 13 miles || An early 5:45am start was not easy, but I wanted to get to town. A climb started just out of camp, pushing me above treeline for a little, then it was back into forest for most of the rest of the hiking. Steep, rocky downhills, badly timed climbs, and snow mounds scattering the forest floor made it hard to maintain a good speed, but I eventually got to the highway at 10:15am. A quick ride into South Lake Tahoe later and I was devouring McDonald’s and soaking up some good WiFi. I walked down to the hostel, which I learned you can’t check in at until 4pm. I then walked across the state line into Nevada, to mail back almost 6 pounds of Sierra gear I no longer need. With my backpack light as a feather again, I walked to the grocery store, and just took a nice slow look at all of the food, seeing prices for resupplying, and imagining eating all of it. I ate a can of pineapple slices like a champ, and then walked over to see Lake Tahoe. The beach access was $10, so I just saw it from behind a fence, although it was still beautiful and large. At this point it was 4pm, so I checked into the hostel. I showered, relaxed, and went back to the grocery store to buy food for dinner and breakfast tomorrow. Pasta, mushrooms, and spaghetti sauce for tonight, which was delicious and overly filling. I watched YouTube until 10pm, then went to bed. I don’t know exactly how tomorrow will turn out, but at least I know it will be relaxing! 37 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 79 | 13 miles || An early 5:45am start was not easy, but I wanted to get to town. A climb started just out of camp, pushing me above treeline for a little, then it was back into forest for most of the rest of the hiking. Steep, rocky downhills, badly timed climbs, and snow mounds scattering the forest floor made it hard to maintain a good speed, but I eventually got to the highway at 10:15am. A quick ride into South Lake Tahoe later and I was devouring McDonald’s and soaking up some good WiFi. I walked down to the hostel, which I learned you can’t check in at until 4pm. I then walked across the state line into Nevada, to mail back almost 6 pounds of Sierra gear I no longer need. With my backpack light as a feather again, I walked to the grocery store, and just took a nice slow look at all of the food, seeing prices for resupplying, and imagining eating all of it. I ate a can of pineapple slices like a champ, and then walked over to see Lake Tahoe. The beach access was $10, so I just saw it from behind a fence, although it was still beautiful and large. At this point it was 4pm, so I checked into the hostel. I showered, relaxed, and went back to the grocery store to buy food for dinner and breakfast tomorrow. Pasta, mushrooms, and spaghetti sauce for tonight, which was delicious and overly filling. I watched YouTube until 10pm, then went to bed. I don’t know exactly how tomorrow will turn out, but at least I know it will be relaxing! 37 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 79 | 13 miles || An early 5:45am start was not easy, but I wanted to get to town. A climb started just out of camp, pushing me above treeline for a little, then it was back into forest for most of the rest of the hiking. Steep, rocky downhills, badly timed climbs, and snow mounds scattering the forest floor made it hard to maintain a good speed, but I eventually got to the highway at 10:15am. A quick ride into South Lake Tahoe later and I was devouring McDonald’s and soaking up some good WiFi. I walked down to the hostel, which I learned you can’t check in at until 4pm. I then walked across the state line into Nevada, to mail back almost 6 pounds of Sierra gear I no longer need. With my backpack light as a feather again, I walked to the grocery store, and just took a nice slow look at all of the food, seeing prices for resupplying, and imagining eating all of it. I ate a can of pineapple slices like a champ, and then walked over to see Lake Tahoe. The beach access was $10, so I just saw it from behind a fence, although it was still beautiful and large. At this point it was 4pm, so I checked into the hostel. I showered, relaxed, and went back to the grocery store to buy food for dinner and breakfast tomorrow. Pasta, mushrooms, and spaghetti sauce for tonight, which was delicious and overly filling. I watched YouTube until 10pm, then went to bed. I don’t know exactly how tomorrow will turn out, but at least I know it will be relaxing! 37 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 79 | 13 miles || An early 5:45am start was not easy, but I wanted to get to town. A climb started just out of camp, pushing me above treeline for a little, then it was back into forest for most of the rest of the hiking. Steep, rocky downhills, badly timed climbs, and snow mounds scattering the forest floor made it hard to maintain a good speed, but I eventually got to the highway at 10:15am. A quick ride into South Lake Tahoe later and I was devouring McDonald’s and soaking up some good WiFi. I walked down to the hostel, which I learned you can’t check in at until 4pm. I then walked across the state line into Nevada, to mail back almost 6 pounds of Sierra gear I no longer need. With my backpack light as a feather again, I walked to the grocery store, and just took a nice slow look at all of the food, seeing prices for resupplying, and imagining eating all of it. I ate a can of pineapple slices like a champ, and then walked over to see Lake Tahoe. The beach access was $10, so I just saw it from behind a fence, although it was still beautiful and large. At this point it was 4pm, so I checked into the hostel. I showered, relaxed, and went back to the grocery store to buy food for dinner and breakfast tomorrow. Pasta, mushrooms, and spaghetti sauce for tonight, which was delicious and overly filling. I watched YouTube until 10pm, then went to bed. I don’t know exactly how tomorrow will turn out, but at least I know it will be relaxing! 37 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 79 | 13 miles || An early 5:45am start was not easy, but I wanted to get to town. A climb started just out of camp, pushing me above treeline for a little, then it was back into forest for most of the rest of the hiking. Steep, rocky downhills, badly timed climbs, and snow mounds scattering the forest floor made it hard to maintain a good speed, but I eventually got to the highway at 10:15am. A quick ride into South Lake Tahoe later and I was devouring McDonald’s and soaking up some good WiFi. I walked down to the hostel, which I learned you can’t check in at until 4pm. I then walked across the state line into Nevada, to mail back almost 6 pounds of Sierra gear I no longer need. With my backpack light as a feather again, I walked to the grocery store, and just took a nice slow look at all of the food, seeing prices for resupplying, and imagining eating all of it. I ate a can of pineapple slices like a champ, and then walked over to see Lake Tahoe. The beach access was $10, so I just saw it from behind a fence, although it was still beautiful and large. At this point it was 4pm, so I checked into the hostel. I showered, relaxed, and went back to the grocery store to buy food for dinner and breakfast tomorrow. Pasta, mushrooms, and spaghetti sauce for tonight, which was delicious and overly filling. I watched YouTube until 10pm, then went to bed. I don’t know exactly how tomorrow will turn out, but at least I know it will be relaxing! 37 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 79 | 13 miles || An early 5:45am start was not easy, but I wanted to get to town. A climb started just out of camp, pushing me above treeline for a little, then it was back into forest for most of the rest of the hiking. Steep, rocky downhills, badly timed climbs, and snow mounds scattering the forest floor made it hard to maintain a good speed, but I eventually got to the highway at 10:15am. A quick ride into South Lake Tahoe later and I was devouring McDonald’s and soaking up some good WiFi. I walked down to the hostel, which I learned you can’t check in at until 4pm. I then walked across the state line into Nevada, to mail back almost 6 pounds of Sierra gear I no longer need. With my backpack light as a feather again, I walked to the grocery store, and just took a nice slow look at all of the food, seeing prices for resupplying, and imagining eating all of it. I ate a can of pineapple slices like a champ, and then walked over to see Lake Tahoe. The beach access was $10, so I just saw it from behind a fence, although it was still beautiful and large. At this point it was 4pm, so I checked into the hostel. I showered, relaxed, and went back to the grocery store to buy food for dinner and breakfast tomorrow. Pasta, mushrooms, and spaghetti sauce for tonight, which was delicious and overly filling. I watched YouTube until 10pm, then went to bed. I don’t know exactly how tomorrow will turn out, but at least I know it will be relaxing! 37 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 79 | 13 miles || An early 5:45am start was not easy, but I wanted to get to town. A climb started just out of camp, pushing me above treeline for a little, then it was back into forest for most of the rest of the hiking. Steep, rocky downhills, badly timed climbs, and snow mounds scattering the forest floor made it hard to maintain a good speed, but I eventually got to the highway at 10:15am. A quick ride into South Lake Tahoe later and I was devouring McDonald’s and soaking up some good WiFi. I walked down to the hostel, which I learned you can’t check in at until 4pm. I then walked across the state line into Nevada, to mail back almost 6 pounds of Sierra gear I no longer need. With my backpack light as a feather again, I walked to the grocery store, and just took a nice slow look at all of the food, seeing prices for resupplying, and imagining eating all of it. I ate a can of pineapple slices like a champ, and then walked over to see Lake Tahoe. The beach access was $10, so I just saw it from behind a fence, although it was still beautiful and large. At this point it was 4pm, so I checked into the hostel. I showered, relaxed, and went back to the grocery store to buy food for dinner and breakfast tomorrow. Pasta, mushrooms, and spaghetti sauce for tonight, which was delicious and overly filling. I watched YouTube until 10pm, then went to bed. I don’t know exactly how tomorrow will turn out, but at least I know it will be relaxing! 37 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 79 | 13 miles || An early 5:45am start was not easy, but I wanted to get to town. A climb started just out of camp, pushing me above treeline for a little, then it was back into forest for most of the rest of the hiking. Steep, rocky downhills, badly timed climbs, and snow mounds scattering the forest floor made it hard to maintain a good speed, but I eventually got to the highway at 10:15am. A quick ride into South Lake Tahoe later and I was devouring McDonald’s and soaking up some good WiFi. I walked down to the hostel, which I learned you can’t check in at until 4pm. I then walked across the state line into Nevada, to mail back almost 6 pounds of Sierra gear I no longer need. With my backpack light as a feather again, I walked to the grocery store, and just took a nice slow look at all of the food, seeing prices for resupplying, and imagining eating all of it. I ate a can of pineapple slices like a champ, and then walked over to see Lake Tahoe. The beach access was $10, so I just saw it from behind a fence, although it was still beautiful and large. At this point it was 4pm, so I checked into the hostel. I showered, relaxed, and went back to the grocery store to buy food for dinner and breakfast tomorrow. Pasta, mushrooms, and spaghetti sauce for tonight, which was delicious and overly filling. I watched YouTube until 10pm, then went to bed. I don’t know exactly how tomorrow will turn out, but at least I know it will be relaxing! 37 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes

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PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes

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PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 78 | 33 miles || 33 miles...What a day. I tried out the strategy of taking a hour break every 10 miles, and trying to do 10 before 10, and 20 before 2. I was so hungry today, eating a large snack every hour, and still wanting so much more. The first few miles were downhill and back to the side of a mountain hiking that I loved in the desert. The first of many climbs took me above the trees, with incredible views reminding me of Colorado. The trail stayed next to flowers and grass for a few amazing miles, until I took my first break at 10am. The second set of 10 miles was harder, since there was more elevation gain, and I was a little tired. Equally as beautiful, with views challenging the best of the Sierra. I noticed that I was getting same high from hiking far and fast as from running, which feels great to get again. The third section was possibly the best, because I was walking right on the ridgeline of a mountain for a long time, with stunning views of large lakes below, and all of the mountains I walked past earlier in the day. One last climb at 6:30pm up Carson Pass was tough, snowy at the top, but so enjoyable, since it was golden hour. Coming down, I got my first look at Lake Tahoe, and went 2 more miles to the road’s trailhead to camp, where about 8 other people were doing the same. I feel great after all the miles, not as tired as I thought I would be, and not sore yet. This section has definitely gone down as one of my favorites. 14 easy miles in the morning into South Lake Tahoe, then it’s time for a day and a half and two nights off! I can’t wait to eat all the town food and relax! 40 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 77 | 26 miles || A cold start to a steep climb was hard, but after traversing icy snow and climbing 800 feet, it was time to go back down again, and not go up that high again on the trail, 10,500 feet. After a while of descending and passing through patchy snow, we were out of it and cruising. I can’t believe how good it feels to cruise at more than 3 mph, we haven’t had much of that since the desert. Some downhill mixed with steep uphills was most of the day. It was quite a bit of elevation gain, but the miles came quick since there wasn’t much snow, river crossings, mud, or any mosquitoes. We took a few hour long breaks, and after 15 miles, at 4:00pm, I decided to keep going further than Mason was planning, since I was feeling good. I was eating a big snack every hour, but still hungry and getting more tired. After 5500 feet of elevation gain and 26 miles I got to the campsite at Noble Lake at 8:30pm, just in time for the amazing sunset. I cooked my dinner, enjoyed some cell service, which is a rarity at this point outside of towns, and went to bed. I’m planning to do more than 30 miles tomorrow, and I’m excited to see what my body can handle again! 47 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
PACIFIC CREST TRAIL | DAY 76 | 8 miles || The morning was cold and windy since we were camped high up on a ridge. The trail wound up and down through some mini passes, across some snowfields, and in some incredibly beautiful areas. Coming down, about 2 miles from the road was an awesome steep glissade dropping you about 200 feet, which was a blast. We got to the top of the Sonora Pass road at 10:00am, and immediately got a ride to Kennedy Meadows North from a trail runner. Starting to charge, relaxing, and eating a good burger and fries for lunch was awesome. We chilled for hours, resupplied at the store there, then walked a mile back to the highway to get back on trail. It took 45 minutes to get a ride back, but a backpacker took us back up to the pass. At 6:45pm we started hiking again after running into Tommy and Britney, who were waiting for a ride in. We only got about a mile in, but at least we are setting ourselves up for a full day tomorrow, and we are camped at a great site, with a campfire and a few friends we’ve been leap frogging with. I’m excited to see what this next section holds, as the terrain seems to be changing very quickly! 52 minutes ago by @andrew.hikes
The focal point is the monster tree lit up by the setting sun at the base of the rock on the right 1 hour ago by @everettwurtz
I love places that make you realize how tiny you and your problems are. 1 hour ago by @steffi.lange.pictures
Well, the weather forecast called for sunny skies... but that was 11km back down in the valley, next to the Ocean! However, the views at Elfin Lakes were still amazing, even though many of the surrounding peaks were hidden. Checked this hike off the Summer to do list. More next week. #hikingadventures #choosemountains #optoutside #goatworthy #stayandwander #adventure #pnw #mtnchicks #beatifuldestinations #wanderlust #keepitwild #outdoorbella #roamtheplanet #lifeofadventure #nomadgirls #adventureculture #wildernessculture #wildernessnation #wildme #feedyouradventure #likeamountaingirl #neverstopexploring #instagood #alwaysgo #hikingculture #earthofficial #travelstoke #welivetoexplore #adventureawaits #wearethewild 1 hour ago by @nature_escapades
I talk a lot about how steep the trails around here are, but this one takes the cake. All of the cake. According to the Mount Marathon race website, the race course on Mount Marathon, not including the road approach, climbs 2675 feet in 0.9 miles 😮 the record for the time from Seward, up to the top and back down (3.1 miles and 3,022 feet) is 41:26 🤯 these Alaskans are tough! For our attempt last week, I honestly think I would have turned back given the heat and the awful biting flies. But we knew the descent would have been so much worse than the climb, so we kept climbing. Plus, climbing faster got rid of the flies a slight bit! A nice gradual trail from summit brought us back down without having to deal with slippery and sharp gravel. I’m glad to say I’ve done the climb up this iconic mountain but I definitely don’t see any racing on it in my future 😅 1 hour ago by @lindseyanneoutside
Long walk in the park today with @akmountain goat trails for miles and miles, peak after peak. Just avoided the thunderstorms. #chugachstatepark #goatworthy 1 hour ago by @captainswallowtail
Long walk in the park today with @akmountain goat trails for miles and miles, peak after peak. Just avoided the thunderstorms. #chugachstatepark #goatworthy 1 hour ago by @captainswallowtail
Long walk in the park today with @akmountain goat trails for miles and miles, peak after peak. Just avoided the thunderstorms. #chugachstatepark #goatworthy 1 hour ago by @captainswallowtail
Long walk in the park today with @akmountain goat trails for miles and miles, peak after peak. Just avoided the thunderstorms. #chugachstatepark #goatworthy 1 hour ago by @captainswallowtail
Last week we had some great sunsets and I was able to take my family with me on this one. As we worked out way to this location it was great to be able to just leave life for a minute and enjoy Deer Creek reservoir and the colors of the sky. #deercreekreservoir #familytime #utahillustrated #utah #utahstateparks #midwayutah #neverstopexploring #utahdotcom #werutah #optoutside #goatworthy #briskoutdoors #wildernessculture #artofvisuals #wildernessculture #thisworldexists #utahisrad #jawdroppingshots #pictureline #westbysouthwest #wowutah 1 hour ago by @quinncalder
I plan to put this up on my bedroom ceiling one day. 1 hour ago by @surafelmammo
Yesterday’s pre Lincoln psych session on the finger board with this old dog. Nuno always manages to get me pulling hard on rock. Thankful for another birthday spent in the alpine with this fella. 1 hour ago by @earthuntold
@the.techstories It’s been 124 years since Jakob Aljaž, a great patriot and a priest, paid one Austro-Hungarian gulden for the top of Slovenia’s highest mountain. The amount of money one could have bought 50 eggs or 10 liters of milk for. Once the top of Slovenia was again Slovenian, he had a 2x1.25 m symbolic tower erected at the top of Triglav on 7 August 1895. In the following years he also mined an almost impassable 30-cm ridge between the peaks of Triglav and Mali Triglav into the nicely wide ridge we know today; besides, he also built the mountain hut Kredarica at 2,515 m and the Aljaž Hut in the Vrata Valley below Triglav. His far-reaching idea was to stimulate more Slovenians to visit the mountains, conquer the very top of Slovenia - the symbol of the Slovenian nation, make new legendary routes, and thus make the mountains Slovenian again... Read more in my blog (link in bio) . . For more follow @the.techstories #exploringslovenia . . . . . #adventuretime #natureperfection #theoutbound #wanderlust #triglav #mountainworld #travelingram #choosemountains #slovenia #slovenija #optoutside #travel_captures #adventureinspired #liveoutdoors #stayandwander #getoutthere #travelblogger #goatworthy #travelgram #livefolk #ourwild #exploringtheglobe #earthofficial #allbeauty_addiction #earthfocus #whyihike 2 hours ago by @the.techstories
I had to run away from nasty 100 degree heat. Sunset wasn't bad either 🤩 2 hours ago by @anastasia_chuykina
Saw this dude hanging out in #glaciernationalpark #grizzlybear 2 hours ago by @telepathiclime
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Stoked to take the new @swimba.trails jersey out for a spin on some of the best trails in town! Also stoked to have finally nailed the slow tech line on the entrance to table rock instead of just the full-send straight line. #techline #slowtech #skillz #skillzanddrillz #mtb #girlswhomtb #swimbatrails #thisisboise #tablerock #rocksrock @podiumwear #goatworthy #getoutside @intensecycles #tracer275c @dvosuspension @korenorthbikes #bestbikeever 2 hours ago by @myakemovic
Stoked to take the new @swimba.trails jersey out for a spin on some of the best trails in town! Also stoked to have finally nailed the slow tech line on the entrance to table rock instead of just the full-send straight line. #techline #slowtech #skillz #skillzanddrillz #mtb #girlswhomtb #swimbatrails #thisisboise #tablerock #rocksrock @podiumwear #goatworthy #getoutside @intensecycles #tracer275c @dvosuspension @korenorthbikes #bestbikeever 2 hours ago by @myakemovic
Stoked to take the new @swimba.trails jersey out for a spin on some of the best trails in town! Also stoked to have finally nailed the slow tech line on the entrance to table rock instead of just the full-send straight line. #techline #slowtech #skillz #skillzanddrillz #mtb #girlswhomtb #swimbatrails #thisisboise #tablerock #rocksrock @podiumwear #goatworthy #getoutside @intensecycles #tracer275c @dvosuspension @korenorthbikes #bestbikeever 2 hours ago by @myakemovic
It’s been a year since I met up with these incredible ladies for our two-day backpacking trip in #mammoth. At the time of the trip, I didn’t know any of these gals but we quickly bonded on trail and at camp. A common passion can and shared experiences can make quick friends out of strangers! Have you ever considered joining in on a group backpacking trip? I’m interested to know if the idea of connecting on trail with people you otherwise only know online is something that you would do or have done. Please share your opinions or experiences. 😀 #thisgirlhikes . . #garnetlake #thousandislandlake #easternsierra #backpacking #trekking #hiking #girlswhohike #optoutside #wanderwomeninc #backpackerinc #goatworthy #wwhmember #getoutstayout #findyourwild #hikingculture #outdoorwomen #choosemountains #womenwhohike #peoplewhohike #stayandwander #hikingadventures #forceofnature #findyouradventure #neverstopexploring #beautifuldestinations #womenwhoexplore #mtnchicks #wondermore 2 hours ago by @this_girl_hikes
R2 or lost a few? You decide 😂😂 #Repost @veinsoftheearth ・・・ @f3licity11 runs the meat * * * * * #arkansasriver #thenumbers #bignasty #river #rafting #riverguide #getoutside #goplay #getwet #paddlehard #guidevibes #neverstopexploring #nature #adventure #mothernature #water #dbp4life #shred #gnar #beautiful #bewild #india #colorado #optoutside #goatworthy #arkansasrivervalley 2 hours ago by @internationalrafting
My heart has missed true mountains like nothing else. The sights fill my soul and leave me happy. I love you Colorado. • • • • • #rei1440project #womenoutdoors #roadlesstraveled #explorecolorado #coloradoadventures #borninthemountains #borntobewild #blackdiamond #patagonia #exploremore #blackdiamond #yetirambler #salomonshoes #womenoutdoors #cotopaxi #goatworthy #westslopebestslope #exploremore #coloRADical #sanjuanmountains 2 hours ago by @ak_lexi
🧂y and rusty 2 hours ago by @eshiiij
Most beautiful campsite everrrrr❤️🏔 #lastdollarroad 📸: @chad_rohde @fj4play @travisrohde . . . . #toyota #fj40 #fj60 #trd #landcruiser #optoutside #goatworthy #overland #jeep #trdpro #camp #explore #4wd #fj # #flyfishing #trail #mountains #OutdoorX4 #exploremore   #fj4play #fjsummitxiii #fjsummit #telluride 2 hours ago by @mellykirk
As many of you know, in 2017, due to snow, I skipped the Sierra section of the PCT. This year, after an equally high (if not higher) season of snow, I go back! Due to work, I’ve got a limited timeframe and will also be facing fairly gnarly trail conditions, but I am hoping to complete as MANY as possible of my remaining 330 miles of the PCT. Wish me luck ❤️ . . . . . . . #outdoorwomen #mountaingirls #alpinebabes #outdoorsupply #radgirlslife #livewithoutlimits #Adventure_Alive #outdooradventurephotos #goatworthy #AdventuresInPics #wildernessbabes #staywild #adventurepic #womenwhohike #outside_project #followmefaraway #allaboutadventures #andshesdopetoo #sheexplores #sheadventures #simplyadventure #happyhiker #mountainadventure #wildernessnation 2 hours ago by @naturemonsterr
"Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go" - T.S Eliot 2 hours ago by @bigrockengraving
“Strong girls make a strong world” This little one is going to be a trail running legend! @rosedeboer . . #running #trailrun #trailrunner #irun #marathon #trailrun #nederland #runnersworldmag #thesweatcollective #instarunners #goatworthy #magnoliaroad #letyourmindrunfree #everytrailconnects #everyonesoutdoors #laughterisgoodforthesoul #runningterritory #getoutside #morningrun #sufferbetter #timetoplay #outdoorwomen #runningfervor #monitorthebeat #trailrunner #runnerscommunity #coloradolove #lululemon #runbrands #livebravely 2 hours ago by @runner4cake
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Fell in love with the Hoh Rainforest. ❤️ • • • • #hohrainforest #rainforest #olympicnationalpark #olympicnps #olympicpeninsula 2 hours ago by @samanthazurbrickphoto
Things I love: 11:30am alpine starts and breezy ridge solos in our High Sierra playground 3 hours ago by @miya.tsu
Finally forgot which day of the week it is 🌊 . . . . . . #hiking #nature #naturelovers #discover #explore #outdoors #neverstopexploring #getoutside #theoutbound #hikingadventures #wildernessculture #optoutside #discoverearth #landscapes #scenery #adventure #goatworthy #discoverglobe #stayandwander #keepitwild #welivetoexplore #usinterior #outdooradventures #thegreatoutdoors #outboundcollective #findyourpark #waipiovalley #bigislandhawaii #hilo 3 hours ago by @outsider_bulu
When the alarm clock goes off at 4:00 am it’s hard to convince yourself not to hit snooze. When an hour later you are witnessing a gorgeous spectacle like this fiery sunrise, you forget how tired you are. ⠀ One of the coolest things about Lake Tahoe is how quiet it is, even though you know there are people all around. On this particular morning, for example, we were not the only sleepy eyed people chillin’ on the side of the road with a camera. I think when you are looking out at something so vast and beautiful you feel part of something greater. 3 hours ago by @everydayeastons
Finished up the Elk Range 14ers with an ascent of Capitol Peak. I took this photo of the mountain not too far from my high camp the prior evening. . . . . . #aacgram #capitolpeak #elkmountains #colorado14ers #co54 #alpine #alpinelife #mountains #mountainlife #choosemountains #summit #hiking #optoutside #goatworthy #colorfulcolorado #adventuretime #exploremore #neverstopexploring 3 hours ago by @jrslosson
Not a fan of the gloom but these waves have been killer lately 3 hours ago by @kenric_martinez
Another day, another lake! #honeymoon #exploremore #thegreatoutdoors #travel #canadalove #travelblogger #travelguide #malignelake #wanderlust #wander #neverstopexploring #adventuretime #adventure #discoverearth #wanderfolk #goatworthy #tourtheplanet #stayandwonder #roamtheplanet #letsgosomewhere #theoutbound #travelling #traveller #canada #canadianhoneymoon #jaspernationalpark #jasperalberta #albertacanada #canadianrockies #icefieldsparkway 3 hours ago by @marionarasauce
Western Wood Lily. #honeymoon #exploremore #thegreatoutdoors #travel #canadalove #travelblogger #travelguide #malignelake #wanderlust #wander #neverstopexploring #adventuretime #adventure #discoverearth #wanderfolk #goatworthy #tourtheplanet #stayandwonder #roamtheplanet #letsgosomewhere #theoutbound #travelling #traveller #canada #canadianhoneymoon #jaspernationalpark #jasperalberta #albertacanada #canadianrockies #icefieldsparkway 3 hours ago by @marionarasauce
Calling it an early night and we're already dreaming about this weekends adventures 🌕⁠ ⁠ #InBetweenTheGo #NeverRoamAlone ⁠ ⁠ PC: @geekquestrian 3 hours ago by @zumidog
If there’s one thing I know, it’s that running along the shore barefoot chasing down seagulls will increase your mood and make you laugh. Do you agree? . . . . . . . #coastalvibes #natgeoyourshot #earthpix #earth_portraits #naturephotography #stayandwander #pnwonderland #coastalliving #lonelyplanet #natureshots #roamtheplanet #optoutside #wonderful_places #beautifuldestinations #wondermore #themountainsarecalling #ourcamplife #fullmoon #folkscenery #wildernessculture #keepitwild #outside_project #neverstopexploring #exploretocreate #liveyouradventure #makewavesmovemountains #goatworthy #travelstoke #nakedplanet #earthescope 3 hours ago by @findingepic
Did you even go hiking in July in the Rockies if it didn’t snow? . . . . #freshairandfreedom   #wildernessculture #mountaingirls   #exploremore #amongthewild   #goodtimesoutside #goatworthy   #womenwhohike #mountainstories   #liveyouradventure #sheexplores   #stayandwander #outside_project   #modernoutdoors #simplyadventure   #exploretocreate #headedelsewhere   #explorealberta #wanderwomeninc   #itsbetteroutside #adventureculture   #keepitwild #liveauthentic   #hike365 #allaboutadventures   #adventureculture #thesweatlife   #hikingbangers 3 hours ago by @charnelle.world
Afternoon around Lake Patricia. #honeymoon #exploremore #thegreatoutdoors #travel #canadalove #travelblogger #travelguide #malignelake #wanderlust #wander #neverstopexploring #adventuretime #adventure #discoverearth #wanderfolk #goatworthy #tourtheplanet #stayandwonder #roamtheplanet #letsgosomewhere #theoutbound #travelling #traveller #canada #canadianhoneymoon #jaspernationalpark #jasperalberta #albertacanada #canadianrockies #icefieldsparkway 3 hours ago by @marionarasauce
Rainy day playing tourist!! #honeymoon #exploremore #thegreatoutdoors #travel #canadalove #travelblogger #travelguide #malignelake #wanderlust #wander #neverstopexploring #adventuretime #adventure #discoverearth #wanderfolk #goatworthy #tourtheplanet #stayandwonder #roamtheplanet #letsgosomewhere #theoutbound #travelling #traveller #canada #canadianhoneymoon #jaspernationalpark #jasperalberta #albertacanada #canadianrockies #icefieldsparkway 3 hours ago by @marionarasauce
My new daily view. When it’s not foggy, raining or snowing. 🏔 3 hours ago by @derekpickell
The fluffiest ❤️ 3 hours ago by @goldenmase
The fluffiest ❤️ 3 hours ago by @goldenmase
Working on exporting these two cuties currently. Will it kill my laptop exporting that many photos at once? Possibly. It might also just die cause it can’t handle all the love radiating from Lily and Tyler. Alright, I’m done being cheesy now 🥰 3 hours ago by @abbymphoto
Finding that the warmest fires are surrounded by friends. #keeptheheatin #lakesidebbq °°° A quick dinner on the lake last night, a star-filled sky, and the waning moon rising. We watched the evening clouds roll off the peaks through sunset while slack lining and swimming before roasting hawaiian brats to go with our brews. Surely a lucky corner on the shoreline. #meetmeinthemountains 3 hours ago by @gnarangutang
. Sunset glow 🌅 . . . . . . . . #nrthwst #beautifulbritishcolumbia #westcoastbestcoast #explorebc #vancouverisland #westisbest #thecanadiancollective #victoriabccanada #lovelifeoutside #optoutside #outsideculture #pnwescapes #pnwwonderland #pacificnorthwest #doyoutravel #followyourcompass #heisnotlost #menwhoadventure #thetraveltag #oh_canada_ #sharecangeo #explorecanada #natgeotravel #lonelyplanetmags #chaseyourgoat #goatworthy 3 hours ago by @mikieblahitka
Bodega Dunes •••---••• "May your trails be crooked, winding, lonesome, dangerous, leading to the most amazing view." - Edward Abbey •••---••• #bebrave #bebold #befree #go #getoutside #optoutside #adventure #outdoors #goatworthy #travel #explore #see #thegreatoutdoors #nature #naturelover #hiker #trailblazer #livelifetothefullest #adventureawaits #onwardandupward #herewego #motherdaughter #moments #abandonedplaces #alltomyself #bodegadunes #bodegabay #california 3 hours ago by @lyndseyllees
Sunrise drive up Mt. Evans this morning with @kglockard. 3 hours ago by @katewasson_
Sunrise drive up Mt. Evans this morning with @kglockard. 3 hours ago by @katewasson_
Some places you need to see to believe. #thisisakillerview 3 hours ago by @mrivanliu

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The perfect fall nap spot. #GOATworthy Photo: @kaminskiphotography #idhikethat #getoutandhike #hikingadventure #hikeyourownhike #hiking 👣 #modernoutdoorsman #outdoorslife #hiketheworld #hikevibes 3 hours ago by @hiking_time_ig
Have a good weekend! (Please wear sunscreen!) ((Please hang out with your ladies!))⁠ ⁠ #bcsquat #tits ⁠ ⁠ #optoutside #getoutstayout #findyouradventure #adventureawaits #sheexplores #womenwhoexplore #neverstopexploring #rei1440project #goatworthy #mountainbabes #mountainwomen #chooseadventure #choosemountainswomen #sladies #beastresses 4 hours ago by @backcountrysquatters
Kickin it in the backcountry 🛶 . . . . #backcountrycamping #seakayaking #discoveralaska #goatworthy #getoutthere #exploremore #adventureon #wildernessnation 4 hours ago by @mlparkermedia
Kickin it in the backcountry 🛶 . . . . #backcountrycamping #seakayaking #discoveralaska #goatworthy #getoutthere #exploremore #adventureon #wildernessnation 4 hours ago by @mlparkermedia
Kickin it in the backcountry 🛶 . . . . #backcountrycamping #seakayaking #discoveralaska #goatworthy #getoutthere #exploremore #adventureon #wildernessnation 4 hours ago by @mlparkermedia
Kickin it in the backcountry 🛶 . . . . #backcountrycamping #seakayaking #discoveralaska #goatworthy #getoutthere #exploremore #adventureon #wildernessnation 4 hours ago by @mlparkermedia
Wish I was in a forest rn 🌲 4 hours ago by @sydswinsick
A piece of my heart is always in the mountains! ❤️ ⛰. . . . #childhoodunplugged #liveferal #coloradolive #goatworthy #optoutside #radjournal 4 hours ago by @shellyszar
Headed back to the same mountains that started my love of mountains; where I did my first trail run, my first mountain race { @cirqueseries }, and where @green.olympia and I had one of our first dates. These mountains are beyond special to me! Speedgoat 50k I’m coming for ya! 🏔🏃🏽‍♀️💕 . . . #raceweek #snowbird #speedgoat50k #skratchthesummit #werunwithyou #optoutside #poweryourpassion #suunto #suuntorun #ultramarathon #mountainrunner #ultrarunning #trailrunning #wanderlust #nature #mountainrunning #neverstopexploring #trailandultra #explore #getoutdoors #runsteepgethigh #dirtbagrunners #goatworthy #irun #getoutdoors #amongthewild 4 hours ago by @mountainsbymeg
We started the day with a beach visit in Santa Barbara. After encountering so many beaches that don’t allow dogs, Emma was super happy that we finally found one where we were able play. 4 hours ago by @emmas_wanderlust
Hiking out in headlight conditions. 🦊 📷 @just__karl @mtnvisuals #exploremountains #mtnvisuals 4 hours ago by @mtnvisuals
Olympic Peninsula lookin foggy as per usual 🛳🌫 . . . @instagram @sonyalpha #instagood   #artofvisuals #pnw #roamtheplanet #teamsony #feedyouradventure #ourplanetdaily #pnw #sony #sonyalpha6000 #SonyImages #GOATworthy #earthofficial #OptOutside #neverstopexploring #bhphoto #washingtontrails #nature #nevercompromise #captureone #epicimagez #wildvisuals #theoutbound 4 hours ago by @corbinatack
Férias começando e mais aventuras para o livro de história da família. . . #bariloche #piedrasblancas #whitesnow #snowwhite #esquibunda #patagoniaargentina #freezing #forrequi #liveoutside #loveoutdoors #outdoorslife #gooutside #optoutside #goatworthy #wildernessculture #mountainlifestyle #wanderlust #stayandwander #discoverearth #naturelovers 4 hours ago by @forrequi
Férias começando e mais aventuras para o livro de história da família. . . #bariloche #piedrasblancas #whitesnow #snowwhite #esquibunda #patagoniaargentina #freezing #forrequi #liveoutside #loveoutdoors #outdoorslife #gooutside #optoutside #goatworthy #wildernessculture #mountainlifestyle #wanderlust #stayandwander #discoverearth #naturelovers 4 hours ago by @forrequi
Férias começando e mais aventuras para o livro de história da família. . . #bariloche #piedrasblancas #whitesnow #snowwhite #esquibunda #patagoniaargentina #freezing #forrequi #liveoutside #loveoutdoors #outdoorslife #gooutside #optoutside #goatworthy #wildernessculture #mountainlifestyle #wanderlust #stayandwander #discoverearth #naturelovers 4 hours ago by @forrequi
Férias começando e mais aventuras para o livro de história da família. . . #bariloche #piedrasblancas #whitesnow #snowwhite #esquibunda #patagoniaargentina #freezing #forrequi #liveoutside #loveoutdoors #outdoorslife #gooutside #optoutside #goatworthy #wildernessculture #mountainlifestyle #wanderlust #stayandwander #discoverearth #naturelovers 4 hours ago by @forrequi
Férias começando e mais aventuras para o livro de história da família. . . #bariloche #piedrasblancas #whitesnow #snowwhite #esquibunda #patagoniaargentina #freezing #forrequi #liveoutside #loveoutdoors #outdoorslife #gooutside #optoutside #goatworthy #wildernessculture #mountainlifestyle #wanderlust #stayandwander #discoverearth #naturelovers 4 hours ago by @forrequi

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Férias começando e mais aventuras para o livro de história da família. . . #bariloche #piedrasblancas #whitesnow #snowwhite #esquibunda #patagoniaargentina #freezing #forrequi #liveoutside #loveoutdoors #outdoorslife #gooutside #optoutside #goatworthy #wildernessculture #mountainlifestyle #wanderlust #stayandwander #discoverearth #naturelovers 4 hours ago by @forrequi
Férias começando e mais aventuras para o livro de história da família. . . #bariloche #piedrasblancas #whitesnow #snowwhite #esquibunda #patagoniaargentina #freezing #forrequi #liveoutside #loveoutdoors #outdoorslife #gooutside #optoutside #goatworthy #wildernessculture #mountainlifestyle #wanderlust #stayandwander #discoverearth #naturelovers 4 hours ago by @forrequi
Férias começando e mais aventuras para o livro de história da família. . . #bariloche #piedrasblancas #whitesnow #snowwhite #esquibunda #patagoniaargentina #freezing #forrequi #liveoutside #loveoutdoors #outdoorslife #gooutside #optoutside #goatworthy #wildernessculture #mountainlifestyle #wanderlust #stayandwander #discoverearth #naturelovers 4 hours ago by @forrequi
Férias começando e mais aventuras para o livro de história da família. . . #bariloche #piedrasblancas #whitesnow #snowwhite #esquibunda #patagoniaargentina #freezing #forrequi #liveoutside #loveoutdoors #outdoorslife #gooutside #optoutside #goatworthy #wildernessculture #mountainlifestyle #wanderlust #stayandwander #discoverearth #naturelovers 4 hours ago by @forrequi
Couldn’t have asked for a better weekend summiting Snowfield Peak (8,341 ft) in North Cascades. Don’t-blow-away-our-tent wind, mountain goats, beautiful sunrise, frozen alpine lakes, never-ending glaciers and spicy climb to the summit. Awesome crew to make it all happen! 4 hours ago by @olyag2
Couldn’t have asked for a better weekend summiting Snowfield Peak (8,341 ft) in North Cascades. Don’t-blow-away-our-tent wind, mountain goats, beautiful sunrise, frozen alpine lakes, never-ending glaciers and spicy climb to the summit. Awesome crew to make it all happen! 4 hours ago by @olyag2
Couldn’t have asked for a better weekend summiting Snowfield Peak (8,341 ft) in North Cascades. Don’t-blow-away-our-tent wind, mountain goats, beautiful sunrise, frozen alpine lakes, never-ending glaciers and spicy climb to the summit. Awesome crew to make it all happen! 4 hours ago by @olyag2
Couldn’t have asked for a better weekend summiting Snowfield Peak (8,341 ft) in North Cascades. Don’t-blow-away-our-tent wind, mountain goats, beautiful sunrise, frozen alpine lakes, never-ending glaciers and spicy climb to the summit. Awesome crew to make it all happen! 4 hours ago by @olyag2
Couldn’t have asked for a better weekend summiting Snowfield Peak (8,341 ft) in North Cascades. Don’t-blow-away-our-tent wind, mountain goats, beautiful sunrise, frozen alpine lakes, never-ending glaciers and spicy climb to the summit. Awesome crew to make it all happen! 4 hours ago by @olyag2
Couldn’t have asked for a better weekend summiting Snowfield Peak (8,341 ft) in North Cascades. Don’t-blow-away-our-tent wind, mountain goats, beautiful sunrise, frozen alpine lakes, never-ending glaciers and spicy climb to the summit. Awesome crew to make it all happen! 4 hours ago by @olyag2
Couldn’t have asked for a better weekend summiting Snowfield Peak (8,341 ft) in North Cascades. Don’t-blow-away-our-tent wind, mountain goats, beautiful sunrise, frozen alpine lakes, never-ending glaciers and spicy climb to the summit. Awesome crew to make it all happen! 4 hours ago by @olyag2
Couldn’t have asked for a better weekend summiting Snowfield Peak (8,341 ft) in North Cascades. Don’t-blow-away-our-tent wind, mountain goats, beautiful sunrise, frozen alpine lakes, never-ending glaciers and spicy climb to the summit. Awesome crew to make it all happen! 4 hours ago by @olyag2
Couldn’t have asked for a better weekend summiting Snowfield Peak (8,341 ft) in North Cascades. Don’t-blow-away-our-tent wind, mountain goats, beautiful sunrise, frozen alpine lakes, never-ending glaciers and spicy climb to the summit. Awesome crew to make it all happen! 4 hours ago by @olyag2
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Colorado Trail 2019 | The face you make when you're mentally prepared for tons of snow and you end up in a heatwave 4 hours ago by @lobkevanwijk
Still frame from a little video shoot we did this morning 7 hours ago by @whiteknucklestudios
Rare sighting: a mountain angel, in all his majesty 11 hours ago by @emilyhake
So much exploring in such a fun city with all these boys! 🏔🌲 @chad_rohde @fj4play #toyota #fj40 #fj60 #trd #landcruiser #optoutside #goatworthy #overland #jeep #trdpro #camp #explore #4wd #fj # #flyfishing #trail #mountains #OutdoorX4 #exploremore   #fj4play #fjsummitxiii #fjsummit 2 days ago by @mellykirk
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Love adventure travel, fitness, and the great outdoor ? . Become our brand Ambassador/Influencer, and make 💰💰💰 repping our brand ! . Learn more 🔝🔝🔝 . 1 year ago by @hyperactivex
Instead of wasting your time "liking" other people's pictures on IG and FB, why don't you learn how to turn your passion for healthy, and adventurous lifestyle into a profitable business ? 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
Portable Camping Travel Toilet ( Women Urinal Funnel Device ) - http://amzn.to/2ryVsGu . . This portable urinal for women has proved a sellout hit among hikers, road-trippers and outdoor campers ! This purple silicon device is shaped like a funnel, and, according to its packaging, "allows women to go anytime. . . anywhere." . A description on the website reads: 'The most practical difference between men and women can be boiled down to their bathroom postures. 'This women's urinal levels the proverbial playing field by letting ladies relieve themselves... while standing.' . Love the great outdoors, and want to "go anywhere" without squatting down ? Playing sports, and want to keep up with big boys on the field, and in the bathroom ? "You Go Girl !!" ... Anytime, anywhere ! . Shop here - http://amzn.to/2ryVsGu 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
Take your business anywhere ! . Turn your passion for adventure travel, fitness, and the outdoors into a profitable business ! . Learn about business, marketing, and branding to GET PAID helping brands in fitness, and travel industries spread the word about their products and services. Click on the link in the profile to learn EXACTLY how our Ambassadors GET PAID ! 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
Refuse To Be Just AVERAGE ! Pursue your passion for travel, and adventure ! . Become our Ambassador, and learn how you can support your epic lifestyle !! 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
Feed your stoke ! . Become our brand Ambassador, and make 💲💲💲 to support your epic lifestyle !! Click on the link in the profile to learn more 🔝🔝 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
What's on your Bucket List ? "The Bucket List" movie was a wake up call for me. It made me realize that you don't have to be diagnosed with a life threatening disease, or lose you job, or experience any other hardship to change your life around. Also, you don't have to wait for the perfect moment. Decide what you want now, and take actions ! Unlike many people online, I talk the talk, and I walk the walk. I live my life by example... Visit our main bog www.ExtraHyperActive.com, and click on "My Bucket List" banner to see how I've been achieving my adventure travel, fitness, and business goals since 2010 ! 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
Rock climbing might be a great fit for kids, especially young ones 5-8 year old. Kids like to climb in general, and indoor rock climbing is a structured and disciplined way to teach them how to move and control their entire body: it's a very brainy and brawny sport. . When your junior climber is rarin' to go, outfit him in Mad Rock's Mad Monkey rock shoe. Its hook-and-loop closure and adjustable heel provide a flexible fit for the growing foot, while its slightly pointed toe and gently curved sole allow him to get a grip on the terrain. . Buy Now - http://amzn.to/2nCeZUA ( copy and paste ) 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
Love adventure travel, fitness, and the outdoors ? Tired of being a "weekend warrior", and would love to pursue your passion for fitness & travel full time ? . Click on the link in the bio to watch the video that explains exactly how our Ambassadors make money ! Have questions ? Feel free to join our Facebook group "ExtaHyperActive Network"... 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
@Regrann from @seattlekitesurfpaddle - The days are getting warmer and sunnier !! . . Come join us on one of our signature tours along Seattle waterfront or Alki Beach ! Try something new, have fun, and enjoy the beautiful views of our beloved city !! 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
Visiting Seattle ? . Since 2009, I've been writing about outdoor activities, and adventures in our beloved state. And just recently, I've combined all the stories on our main blog www.ExtraHyperActive.com . What are the adventures/outdoor activities would YOU like to add to your Bucket List ? Chances are, you can do that right here, in our beautiful state ! . Check out the blog ( www.ExtraHyperActive.com ), and click on this picture in the sidebar... If you can't find an adventure/activity you were looking for, just post a pic of the adventure you'd like to try, tag us in your picture, and we'd love to help you cross that goal off your Bucket List !! 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
Chilling at Santa Monica Pier... . Does your fitness/outdoor brand pay for your vacations ? Become our Ambassador, and learn how you can make extra money online running your own fitness and travel business. . Click on the link in the bio to learn more. .. 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
... don't just work out... do it for a purpose ! . . What's YOURS ? 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
The first thing I did, as soon as my online business picked up ( after quitting my job , of course :)), was going on a 6 month road trip around the U.S. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 ! When I came to US in 1999, it was my biggest dream ( and the only reason I came here :)) to see this beautiful country ! And I can definitely say that the lack of money was my main reason that was stopping me from achieving my goal. What is your biggest dream ? What is on your Bucket List ? And most important, what stops you from achieving your goal/dream ? 2 years ago by @hyperactivex
Is cold water scuba diving on your #BucketList ? Here in the Pacific Northwest, believe it or not, scuba diving is a very popular outdoor activity. Despite water temperature being 50C, diving in the PNW is one of the best places in the world ! The famous Jean Cousteau described PNW diving as "cold but colorful". Check out the video in our latest blog post about this unique adventure ( www.ExtraHyperActive.com ) 3 years ago by @hyperactivex
"Tips On Skiing My Adams in Washington state" . Click on the link in the profile to read our latest blog posts ( "Washington Adventures" banner ) 3 years ago by @hyperactivex