I’d like to go here… not sure where the photo was taken though.
McClellans Butte Hike
Hiked up McClellans Butte with my friend Adam Leong. Good times till we started coming down and I rolled my ankle with 5 miles and 4000 vertical feet left to cone down.
Enchantments Backpacking Trip
Heading to the Enchantments in the North Cascades this weekend! I am very excited about this trip. Here is the email from the trip leader summarizing:
We are nearing our EPIC hike/camp up to the Enchantments. I’ve been looking forward to this hike for a few years and actually won permits this year. I was 111th selected out of over 1500 applicants!… read more “Enchantments Backpacking Trip”
High Divide Backpacking Trip
I took my little brother Josh backpacking for 4 days to the Olympic National Park this last weekend to hike the High Divide Loop trail. The High Divide Loop trail is gorgeous and a lot of fun, and if you ever get an opportunity you should try it out. At 18.7 miles and a fair bit of elevation gain, the High Divide is a moderately difficult hike depending on how many days you do it in. Josh and I stayed at Sol Duc Falls the first night (.8 miles in), Lunch Lake the second night, and at Sol Duc Park our final night. Pictures and video of the trip are below.
Josh and I made the video below at the trailhead before we left:
Video of the Sol Duc Falls camping area.
We stopped off at Deer Lake to eat some snacks:
Pictures of Lunch Lake on the High Divide Loop:
New Backpacking Gear
Short video of the new gear I picked up on Amazon recently. It all worked pretty well on our camping trip.
Mount Rainier Climb Pictures
I finally got my camera back so I can post my pictures of my Mt. Rainier climb:
I just made the biggest non-housing, non-food expenditure I have made inthree years today. I fully equipped myself with $533 of gear that I can use for hiking, camping, backpacking and mountaineering. I mention these activities separately because I expect to be doing a lot of traveling soon and will need equipment for both car camping and for climbing mountains. … read more “Hiking/Camping/Mountaineering Gear”
Cougar Mountain Run
Near my house is Cougar Mountain Wildland Park and I had been meaning to get over there and explore a little bit, so yesterday I put on my little backpack with a waterhose and ran over and back. I missed the park entrance (made a wrong turn), but I came upon a different part of the park anyways.… read more “Cougar Mountain Run”
Climbing Mt. Rainier via Camp Schurman
I left my camera with my videos & pictures at my grandparents house, so you will have to wait on those till next week when I pick them up. All the pictures below are from Adam & Steve and a couple are public domain pics of Mount Rainier.
I climbed Mt. Rainier this weekend via the Camp Schurman route. … read more “Climbing Mt. Rainier via Camp Schurman”
Mailbox Peak Hike
My friend Adam and I have done a couple of local hikes now and today after work we went and did Mailbox Peak off of I-90, just a little bit past Mt. Si. The hike was shorter in total mileage than Mt. Si at 2.5 miles, but had more elevation gain at 4,000+ feet. It was a very pretty view of the Snoqualmie area from the top.… read more “Mailbox Peak Hike”