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Salkantay Trek Day 5 Machu Picchu and Huayna Picchu

On our fifth and final day of the Salkantay Trek, we woke up early and long before sunrise. We grabbed a quick bite at the continental breakfast bar in our hotel, and were out the door at 5:00 AM to catch one of the first buses up to the park gates.  760 more words


Vacation & Follower Appreciation

Hi guys!

I’ve been in Arizona for about a week now and I’ve had a lot of fun so far.

I’ve also been working…sort of. 199 more words


False Vistas

May 29, 2015

I woke up this morning feeling, well, pleased with myself. It’s a welcome change from the doom and gloom I’d been feeling about turning 30. 742 more words

REPOST: Lovely Suiattle Valley trails beckon hikers after decade-long road closure

According to this The Seattle Times article, the reopening of the flood-damaged road restores access to 120 miles of hiking routes.

DARRINGTON — After more than a decade of flood-damage closure, the scenic, fir-shaded Suiattle River Road is open again, restoring access for this summer to a 120-mile trail network in and around Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. 1,119 more words

Bryce View

Bryce Canyon is a beautiful badlands type area with pink and orange and white rock masses. To visit on a more intimate level, one must descend from the canyon rim into the land of gnarly rock monuments. 33 more words


CUCAMONGA PEAK via Icehouse Canyon


  • Total Distance: Approximately 11.6 miles
  • Total Time: Around 8 hours total
  • Elevation Gain: 4300 feet of elevation gain.
  • Date Completed:  March 21, 2015

Permits are required for this hike and can be picked up at the Mt. 242 more words