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Detailed information, descriptions, and photos regarding routes, trips, and cross country passes. While technically a portion of the forums, this section is tightly moderated to maintain consistent and informative content, and is a great trip planning resource.
+1 for actually-lighter, snugger-fitting fake Crocs that double as camp shoes, with thin quick-dry neoprene socks for cold (glacier-fed, early season, etc) crossings. […]
Here are some of our favorite quotes about travel--which apply to hiking as well: “Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” from Ibn Battuta, the remarkable Arab who […]
I agree with SSS Dave-- my trip was 6 days, including driving. Why not just go to Rancheria Creek and camp. Then drop to Hetch Hetchy to fish. There are supposed to be big fish in Hetch Hetchy. There is a poor […]
Excellent recon! Thanks so muc […]