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Backpacking

November 6, 2015

Mt. Whitney is not only the highest peak in the continental US, it’s also auspiciously situated near the Southern terminus of the John Muir Trail. A true gem of the Sierra Nevada, and one that is no doubt on many bucket lists. It’s also notoriously difficult to get the necessary permits to hike Mt. Whitney because of the amount of…

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October 16, 2015

San Francisco is host to a plethora of iconic sites however The City also has a lesser known tourist attraction – it’s the geographic epicenter for outdoor adventure surrounding the bay. Bike culture is big in The City; running is another popular way to get moving outside, and there is endless urban exploration within the city limits to keep one…

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October 14, 2013

Does it feel like an early winter is coming? It does to me! This means it will be time to venture out into to white stuff soon. If you plan to pitch anything on the snow and you want it to be there when you wake up, you’ll probably want to invest in a set of snow stakes. Here’s a…

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August 12, 2013

I find myself back on the East Side again. This trip was sort of by happenstance, but none the less a nice hike. The Saddlebag Lakes area is as good a place as any to use as a launch pad for trips into and around Yosemite and although it can be busy during the peak season, it’s nowhere near the…

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