Our journey began
in San Francisco...
Hike Nebo Scenic Loop Sept 3 - 12th
Thurs Sept 3 - Sun Sept 12, any day
*Update: We'll be meeting in Provo (@8am)through the end of this week to drive out to the starting points. Message us for the address! We'd love to see our Utah friends!
Have you wanted to hike with us and haven't gotten the chance? Now's your time! Grab your families, your friends, a picnic basket, some shoes - and come out and join us! We'll be hiking the Nebo Scenic Loop right outside of Nephi, UT and would love to see you. Here's the link to the Facebook invite: DM us if you have questions!
Nebo Scenic Loop info:
Week of August 23
We walked into Delta in the middle of the night on August 26, after experiencing a windfall of hospitality as we drove by a free car wash put on by the local church. Hiking though Marjoram's Pass beat Death Canyon trail (our original plan), and we continue to be impressed and saddened by the magnificent sunsets brought on by the California fires.
Week of August 3
This. Was. Hot. We had some new challenges travelling from Inyo on through Central Nevada. There are 200 mile stretches without food, gas or services. We had to up it to a new level of preparation as we crossed the desert, found water from highway patrol men, met angels and walked at 2am to avoid the heat. Also, we found our share of dry bones, biting ants, stray horses and interesting tales.
Inyo Forrest, CA
Week of July 27
Leaving Yosemite for Inyo was a different type of beautiful. The wild mustangs, long stretches of desert, Mono Lake district, flying drones, and cities of Bishop and Mammoth were a breath of fresh air after so much wilderness backpacking. We have a few Secret File adventures available on the Pateron page, making this one of our most eventful stretches so far.
Week of July 13
We reached Yosemite a week later than expected, but with miracles in tow. Somehow, we were able to secure the right permits with a moment's notice, and had big help from a lot of friends, fans and park rangers. It was honestly one of the most raw, beautiful and brutal through hikes we've experienced, but worth every step.
Check out the pictures and experiences on blog 4.