Ive hiked for days straight in the Sierra Nevada mountains in the middle of winter, hike for 10+ hours in Southern CA. Ive done a few hikes here. But ive never climbed a "14er" here.
Im looking for someone to go on at least five "14ers" next year, take a trip to Zion in Utah, and go snowshoeing at least once this winter.
Let me know if you can show me what all the hype is about!
I'm such a lucky bride to have my bridesmaids by my side. Thank you for being in my wedding!
🌼 Senior high school sweetheart:
Kenal witawati dr jaman rambut bau kemiri bakar n telor wkwk,walau beda kampus,kntor tp tetap kompak! (1org ga dtg hhu) #h @zel
🌼 College sweetheart:
Kenal witawati dr jaman kuliah d BDG, awalnya plg k JKT tiap sminggu skali, jdnya betah d BDG deh..Makasih ud kasih nasehat pas salah menjatuhkan hati hha. Walau uda terpisah kota tetap kumpul arisan yay!
(Bbrp ga dtg hhu)#H2A
🌼 Colleagues sweetheart:
Teman makan pagi,siang,sore,malem. Makasih yaa uda suka ditebengin plg kantor n back to back in witawati pas cuti n sakit😊
🌼 Colleagues sweetheart:
Teman maksi,dance,curhat,n traveling! Makasih udah sabar y sama witawati😊
(Bbrp ga ikut poto n ga dtg) #cingceremet#14ers#officemate
🌼Sobat SD SMP ga foto😯
Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!
The Sangre de Cristo Mountains. I couldn't think of a more fitting name for this mountain range. The name alone evokes images of hidden treasures, endless adventures, and unforgettable scenery. I haven't explored the Sangres as much as I would like ,but they definitely don't disappoint in any of these aspects. 📷&💬: @coloradotimelapse
Got a really weird feeling this morning that I wanted to go back to Capitol Peak, a summit that I told myself I'd never return to unless it was for the technical NW Buttress.
This is a shot I took from September of last year when I did the Class IV route.
One day i woke up, geared up and put on a backpack loaded with cans of baked beans. i began hiking local trails, slowly increasing my pack weight and mileage while perfecting gear choices and load distribution. When coworkers at REI asked what i was training for i replied,”i don’t know yet....”. All i knew was, that with the same gumption as Forest Gump in his ‘long run’ scene, i wasn’t trying to do anything. One day for no particular reason, i decided to go for a little [hike]. So i hiked to the end of a local trail, and when i got there i thought maybe I’d summit a #Colorado14er . When i’d summited three, i thought maybe I’d summit a volcano. And when I’d summited Volcán San Pedro, i turned around and summited the Arkansas #StateHighPoint . Once I’d summited Mount Magazine, i figured I’d bag my home state’s high point AND a #NationalPark . And that’s what i did. i summited #GuadalupePeak in the #GuadalupeMountainsNationalPark . And for no particular reason, I’m gonna just keep on goin’....
There are 54-58 #14ers (depending on how you slice them), 50 State High Points and 58 National Parks. After that, maybe the world 🌎!!
Sidebar: Guadalupe Peak Trail was a 9 mile out & back hike with a 3000’ elevation gain topping out at 8749’. Our climb started with headlamps at 5:30am. The first mile is the steepest but was assuaged by a kaleidoscoping desert sunrise, the good company of friends and a #traildog named Rocket. Every turn of the trail offered monumental views of El Capitan, one of the most well preserved fossil reefs in the world!! It is mind blowing to me to see so much inverted evidence of the ocean floor upon a desert summit. We picked one of the best days to hike this #highdesert as we were #blessed with mild, sunny weather and only a slight breeze. The trail is difficult but not treacherous and takes 6-8 hours. Water up & sign the register at the top!