The End

We woke up very early the next day. We only had eighteen miles to the monument but even after we got there we would still have another eight miles to Manning Park and my parents waiting arms. We packed everything up in the dark, took our last on trail poos, and I forced Kyle to […]

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The Day Before The Last Day

When we woke up in the morning our tent was frozen. The inside appeared to be covered in condensation but upon closer investigation it was clear that every water droplet was frozen solid. The tarp was stiff and basically impossible to fold up. We hurried away our dry gear into our packs and figured out […]

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A Lucky Break

Our day out of Stehekin felt like an extended cloud break. All day clouds swirled around us, hovering above mountains, storming somewhere over there, darkening and lightening and somehow not raining on us. We stayed appropriately pessimistic, never quite trusting that we were in the clear. The day was one extended climb, slowly heading up […]

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