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Hiking season is in FULL FORCE in Iceland! 🙌🏻 The Fimmvörðuháls trek is by FAR the best hike I’ve ever done. You all know that I’m OBSESSED with waterfalls, so there’s obviously nothing better than hiking past 2️⃣6️⃣ waterfalls 😱💃 (No I’m not kidding with that number!) 💥Pro tip: you can hike the first 1/3 of this trek if you’re short on time - just keep walking past the stairs at the top of Skogafoss 💚 Tag your waterfall buddy ⬇️ #icelandwithaview
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The sun came to the north, some warmth, too, and puff two months of rain&cold are forgotten!
Sooo excited to announce that my FIRST first ascent 'Samsara' is in the new Devil's Head guidebook!! (I'm BP2 lol) Last Fall, my friend @climbermc was nice enough to introduce me to bolting routes, let me help him choose bolt placement then let me have the first ascent climb and therefore name it! 😄 Couldn't be more grateful and stoked for the experience, AND of course do more! 😎
1 261 hours ago
Massive landslides on Crystal Peak in the Gros Ventre Wilderness over the last decade have given birth to Crystal Lake. Read my story about it on @sierramagazine website. Link in bio.
Sun's out (for five minutes), guns out. During my five straight days of rain I had a glorious, brief break just before I reached Hargreaves Lake and Glacier. A lot of people at the campground did not have time to add this to their trip, but I would prioritize it.
Some days you feel on top of the world, like nothing can stop you or hold you back. Then some days you fall ill, loose your voice and are reminded that sometimes your body just needs a break from the go.. go.. go... Always be thankful for your health. Take care of yourself - physically and mentally - and make the most of the sunshine even on cloudy days.
Two years ago I visited this place for the first time. We hiked just shy of 100km over two and a half days almost entirely in the pouring rain. The summit of Mount Robson never revealed its self but for the first time in my life I came face to face with a glacier, I ran my hands along its surface and knew instantly that these beautiful rivers of ice would be one of my greatest loves. When @wilderness_addict approached me a few months ago with an extra spot on her permit to come back I jumped at the opportunity(transferring her the permitting fee before our conversation ended). This time I took things a little slower, we covered the same distance with an extra day and much better weather. The word of the trip was ‘meander’ and that is what we did - we made our way everywhere we needed to be taking every winding detour possible.