Posts tagged hike
Hiking 101 - The Essential Hiking Gear List for 2019 (PLUS Hiking Packing List Printable)

Hiking 101 - The Essential Hiking Gear List for 2019 (PLUS Hiking Packing List Printable) | Hiking doesn’t need to be overwhelming, but I am also a big fan of making sure I am ready for the worst case scenario. In this post I've created a comprehensive hiking packing list for essential hiking gear. Refer to this list each time you hike and you will be prepared for almost anything! Post includes free gear list printable for easy reference. | shedreamsofalpine.com

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The ULTIMATE Guide to the Havasu Falls Hike in 2019 - Backpacking Trail Details, Camping, Permits, Weather, Photography, and More

Your Ultimate Guide to the Havasu Falls Hike in Arizona - Backpacking Trail Details, Camping, Permits, Weather, Photography, and More | These beautiful blue waters of Havasupai should be on the top of your bucket list. In our post we go through everything you need to know about visiting Havasu Falls from trail details, permits, photography, what to pack, and more. This 25 mile long trail and it’s 5 amazing waterfalls, Fifty Foot Falls, Navajo Falls, Havasu Falls, Mooney Falls, and Beaver Falls, will not leave you disappointed. | shedreamsofalpine.com

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Ultimate Guide to Hiking Split Mountain - California Fourteener

Ultimate Guide to Hiking Split Mountain - California Fourteener | Split Mountain is a lesser-known California 14er, but with equally beautiful views and scenes into the Sierra Nevada backcountry. The Split Mountain hike is not the best beginner 14er, but if you are looking to test your class 2 hiking skills in the mountains, this is a great, steep and challenging summit. In our guide we go over the essential details of planning your hike up this California 14er peak. | shedreamsofalpine.com

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Your Ultimate Guide to Hiking Mount Baldy

Your Ultimate Guide to Hiking Mount Baldy | If you are based out of the Southern California area, then hiking Mount Baldy is one of the best hikes in California to do. Not only is it a great training hike for California’s bigger 14er mountains, it can also be hiked in a fun but challenging 11 mile loop. You’ll traverse it’s well-known Devil’s Backbone trail and summit the highest peak in Los Angeles County. A must-do hike for all Californians! | shedreamsofalpine.com

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7 Tips to Hiking and Summiting Your First Fourteener Mountain

7 Tips to Hiking & Summiting Your First Fourteener | Some consider climbing a 14er one of the ultimate hiking achievements, and there are over 96 total 14,000 ft. peaks in the United States! In this post I review planning, training, and 7 tips to set yourself up for a successful summit of a 14er mountain. With a bit of planning and training, you'll reach heights you never thought were imaginable! | shedreamsofalpine.com

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Lake Isabella Hiking: The Powers Peak Trail in Kernville California

10 Mile Day Hike Up Powers Peak in Kernville, California | Kernville and the Lake Isabella area are more widely know for their white water rafting on the Kern River, however don't miss out on hiking Powers Peak which has amazing views of Lake Isabella and is a great winter hike in Southern California, and be sure to grab a beer afterwards at Kern River Brewing Company, only a few minutes from the trailhead. Happy Hiking! | shedreamsofalpine.com

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