Or nonexistent. When I backpacked out and back on Weatherford to the peak, I carried enough for the whole trip. And I didn't see a drop of water the whole way, except what people had cached at the saddle.hikeaz wrote:water is scarce
I would prefer the north pole to be tilted toward the sun year-round. People in the southern hemisphere would probably disagree.Jim_H wrote:Some say that it has been fall since the Summer Solstice, since the days have been waning since then.
I wish we could say the same in NJ. Our dry season was too wet, leaving the ground already saturated going into hurricane season.Jim_H wrote:Looks like the summer monsoon/ storm season may be at an end
I don't mind any of that, except the snow. I don't wish to shovel it or travel on it any more.azbackpackr wrote:I don't want to see old dead leaves, or snow. Don't wanna wear long pants or a jacket.
I'm partial to the Osprey Kestrel, which I have in the 28L and 38L sizes. They're heavy for the volume, but they carry heavy loads well (such as water).RedRoxx44 wrote:Daypacks with beefy hip belts---
It's worth noting that his air-drop resupply wouldn't be possible under current regulations.trooper925 wrote:Read The Man Who Walked Through Time by Colin Fletcher His claim as first is inaccurate and the length he hiked was not complete yet he did hike this section.