username
X
password
register help
GuidesRoutes
 
Photosets
 
 Comments
triplogs   photosets   labels comments more
Antelope Canyon via Lake Powell - 7 members in 13 triplogs have rated this an average 4.1 ( 1 to 5 best )
13 triplogs
  All Months
13 Triplogs
Jan
0
Feb
0
Mar
1
Apr
3
May
1
Jun
1
Jul
1
Aug
0
Sep
0
Oct
6
Nov
0
Dec
0
 
Mar 08 2021
Vashti
avatar

 Guides 4
 Routes 84
 Photos 446
 Triplogs 132

female
 Joined Mar 11 2002
 Gilbert, AZ
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Mar 08 2021
Vashti
Kayak4.57 Miles 617 AEG
Kayak4.57 Miles   2 Hrs   2 Mns   2.45 mph
617 ft AEG      10 Mns Break
 
no photosets
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
Route Scout Route Recorded  on Route Scout Popup | MapDEX
We used Lake Powell Paddleboards to rent our kayaks. I like that they deliver the kayaks to the boat ramp on antelope point. We stopped in the store in Page at 8a to check in and get our life vests and map. We had an 830a departure time from antelope point

The weather this morning was great, it cleared up to be a sunny and warm morning after starting off very cloudy and cold. My kids and I had two double kayaks which worked out perfectly. They told us it would take us 30 minutes to go the first mile to the mouth of antelope canyon, and another hour to paddle in the 2 miles to the beach. The water was calm and we paddled the 3 miles in about an hour. We pulled out kayaks onto shore and got ready to hike in.

I had planned to wear hiking boots. I brought them for us, but we ended up just staying in our boat shoes. I wore keen sandals and my kids had on crocs. The way is sandy and easy for the most part. A few rocks here and there. We made it to the fork, took a break, and went a little further on to the right. Sadly, my hiking buddies were not as enthusiastic about hiking as I am!! 😬🙄 We turned around and headed back to the kayaks. Antelope canyon is nice, but sadly there is a ton of graffiti on the walls. It is shameful. :(

We loaded into our kayaks and headed back. The wind pushed up to about 20mph,and I will say that the paddling got to be rough, especially the last mile. It was literally no fun! Very exhausting, though we still made reasonably good time. Carrying the double kayaks up the sandy hill to the ramp was tough, too. Still easier to carry with two people than trying to roll it up on its wheel.

We still managed to see quite a few people, even on a Monday. It got to be more hectic in the afternoon vs. the morning. I can't imagine what it must look like on the weekends!
_____________________
:D
Apr 30 2017
Peter_Medal
avatar

 Guides 9
 Routes 122
 Photos 1,345
 Triplogs 83

50 male
 Joined Feb 19 2013
 Prescott, AZ
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Apr 30 2017
Peter_Medal
Kayak7.00 Miles 10 AEG
Kayak7.00 Miles
10 ft AEG
 no routesno photosets
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
The final leg of a cold and very windy weekend.... 26 miles.... good times.
_____________________

"Before there was a trail..... there was no trail"
Jul 03 2016
GrottoGirl
avatar

 Guides 3
 Routes 311
 Photos 11,581
 Triplogs 1,357

46 female
 Joined Sep 18 2009
 Tucson, AZ
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Hiking avatar Jul 03 2016
GrottoGirl
Hiking4.46 Miles 406 AEG
Hiking4.46 Miles   17 Hrs   45 Mns   0.25 mph
406 ft AEG
 
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners partners
airkewled
gloope
John_seJerman
justmike
We launched our packrafts on Lake Powell for an overnight adventure to Antelope Island and Canyon. I hadn't taken my raft on a lake before so this was my first time of paddling in which I had to really paddle! Packrafts are not as streamlined as a kayak - so I really had to paddle!!!

We headed out in the early evening to Antelope Island and set up camp. The chop of the water was pretty bad. A storm and all the boats had it churning! I was kind of scared to be out there especially in our little boats. We crossed safely in a group. When we got to the island a few in our party cliff jumped and swam. Then Mike, Kim and I hiked a bit so we could see a crack in the wall better. Hiking over the sandstone was pretty cool. We saw a couple of jackrabbits.

We hung out the rest of the evening watching the boaters. For me it was a bit annoying, but I knew that I was going to think that from the start so instead I concentrated on trying to think of them as entertainment.

The night was beautiful even though a storm had rolled through right before we had launched. There was a slight chill in the air after all the clouds cleared. I could see the Milky Way without any trouble.

In the morning we packed and headed over to Antelope Canyon before the lake was too churned up. The motorboats also speed up Antelope Canyon which could make it a bit choppy. Most of the boaters were kind enough to cut there speed some (but not enough in my opinion).

For me paddling was a challenge. I had never really done anything like this before, so I was convinced I was going to make it to the end of the water so I could hike. After a while the motorboats were forced to turn around and the water settled out. Wood chips started to accumulate so I knew we were approaching land! I was excited! We had made it!

From there we had lunch and then hiked a while. There are a few cool narrow sections that make the trip worthwhile. The canyon however was really hot since we managed to get there midday - when there is the best light in the canyon.

On the way out we cooled ourselves with a few heated matches with our water guns. They not only made good guns but they also worked as bilge pumps!

Towards the end I was getting tired so I opted to hike out with Garrison, Mike, and Deanna. Garrison had stashed his pack and when we returned to it, he found it had been stolen. This was a bummer. We split up on the hike back to the cars just in case the thief had dropped the old, smelly pack.

Overall an awesome, challenging trip in packrafts!!!

Paddle to Antelope Island: .46 miles
Hike on Antelope Island: 1.33 miles and 160 ft AEG
Paddle up Antelope Canyon: 2.71 miles
Antelope Canyon hike: 2.46 miles, 151 AEG
Paddle down Antelope Canyon: 2.48 miles
Hike to cars: .67 miles, 95 ft AEG

Note: Triplog mileage and AEG is for the hiking part only.
_____________________
May 21 2016
arizona_water
avatar

 Guides 9
 Routes 118
 Photos 1,079
 Triplogs 118

30 male
 Joined Mar 06 2016
 Salt River Valle
Escalante National Monument Trip, AZ 
Escalante National Monument Trip, AZ
 
Canyoneering avatar May 21 2016
arizona_water
Canyoneering3.29 Miles 409 AEG
Canyoneering3.29 Miles   2 Hrs   8 Mns   2.17 mph
409 ft AEG      37 Mns Break
 
1st trip
Partners none no partners
Friday: Drove up from the valley and met up with some Flagstaff friends at my "top secret" sandstone slab campsite, near the Glen Canyon dam for what I will describe as a craft beer festival... :lol:

Saturday: The wind was crazy and we had to postpone our plans to paddle into Antelope Canyon. On short notice, we opted for Waterholes Canyon. This was my second time there. It's an easy and enjoyable slot canyon (on the non-technical, upper portion). One of the guys in our group is into canyoneering and has done the technical section. Sounds interesting to connect with the CR and pack-raft out. Next time ;)
I noticed that there were new ladders in place since I first hiked this in 2014, when summer rains had flooded out the ladder system. It made scrambling a little more manageable.

Stopped by Horseshoe on our way back into Page. The crowds make me frustrated and when I take friends there now, I leave my camera behind. Anyone know if it has only been crowded since the birth of social media? Or have there always been throngs of tour busses?

Drove out to Alstrom Point. Stopped to checkout Wahweap Creek, which was flowing well, and Warm Creek, which was also flowing! (I was excited to see this intermittent stream going :D ). This drive is just incredible. And driving over the slickrock for the last two miles before the reaching the Point was the highlight. We spent the night here, overlooking the impaired and impounded Colorado River. The view from Alstrom is incredible. This is one of the more epic places I have camped. Definitely worth the long drive.

Sunday: Left the Alstrom Point at 6 a.m., in time to make an early start from the Antelope Point boat ramp. This was my second time paddling into Antelope. Definitely a special place. There's a side canyon that heads to the east, about a mile's walk from the current shoreline. Have any of you HAZ'ers made it all the way to the end of this side canyon? Both times I have encountered some significant pools that I wasn't really in the mood to swim.

Drove back Sunday afternoon with an absolutely mandatory stop at Diablo Burger in Flag.

Good times!

water 1 out of 5water less than maxwater less than maxwater less than max Warm Creek Pools to trickle Pools to trickle
_____________________
- there's nothing like finding Water in the Desert -
4 archives
Oct 09 2015
oceanwithin
avatar

 Photos 353
 Triplogs 567

female
 Joined Jun 19 2009
 AZ
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Oct 09 2015
oceanwithin
Kayak7.00 Miles 10 AEG
Kayak7.00 Miles
10 ft AEG
 no routesno photosets
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
Yeahhh!! :y: :y: :y:

After cramming the truck full of kayaks and camping out under the stars in Flagstaff, we headed up to Lake Powell on Saturday morning and hit the water at some point before noon. We paddled along the lake and took the turn-off off for Antelope canyon which was so beautiful and filled with many amazing views. I am quite partial to gorgeously-striped sandstone canyon walls and dancing reflections of sunlight on water, so I thoroughly enjoyed the paddle up Antelope.

At the point of dry land in Antelope canyon, we were greeted by a thick bog of rank water which wafted a smell that resembled something like eau de port-o-potty mixed with a dash of septic tank. Luckily that section was short-lived, and on our way we headed up the canyon. Some pools and up-climbs were encountered, with lots of slippery mud. The whole group made it to where the side-canyon-full-of-potholes dropped in, after which almost everyone turned back except us 4 intrepid canyoneers who made it all the way back to a sheer and impassible dry fall. Back we went, hiking down canyon, then kayaking back out across the lake to where our friends had found a SWEET campsite including a little inlet to park the 'yaks for the night.

It was a night of good food, warm campfires and lots of ridiculous laughter as the milky way winked along above us. I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn't fall back asleep, so I just laid there counting shooting stars and finally fell back asleep after bringing the tally for the night up to 7. Woke up to coffee with a dash of sand, sunrise yoga and finally a paddle back across the lake towards the boat launch. The whole weekend went much too fast, but it felt so good to be out having an adventure after being cooped up for several weekends in a row. :D
_____________________
Apr 04 2015
skatchkins
avatar

 Guides 2
 Routes 22
 Photos 3,278
 Triplogs 222

43 male
 Joined Dec 22 2007
 Mesa, AZ
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Apr 04 2015
skatchkins
Kayak7.00 Miles 10 AEG
Kayak7.00 Miles
10 ft AEG
 no routes
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners partners
spacetimeart
Year #2 - achievement unlocked.

She knew there was to be a anniversary trip. She knew to bring car camping and backpacking gear and what the temperatures would be. That's all she needed so the rest stayed secret. I figured since we'd be up that way, we'd check out Wire Pass and Buckskin gulch on the first day. She enjoyed it thoroughly and thought that was the trip.

After hiking the canyons we drove back an hour to Chumley's camp west of Glen Canyon Dam. We had plenty of time to rest, hike around and read before the sun went down.
The next day, we drove into town, got some coffee and then landed over at Kayak Lake Powell to pick up our reservations. It was only then that she knew some of what the real plan would be. She liked the idea a lot since we did the no tour kayak thing on the honeymoon: [ photo ]

Soon we were at the marina and moving through the still calm water. We paddled over to Chumley camp 2 which was easily recognizable across from the mouth of Antelope, even though the water was significantly lower. We unpacked our camp gear and then got back in to head into the canyon.

The water was like glass in there and I told her where we were. It was beautiful on the water in there.

Land came quicker than I thought and there were 5 other kayaks beached. It was awesome to find no mud, bugs, or logs to fight through. Just an easy step out and pull up to start 'venturing with our feet.

What a great place to meander! I brought tubes just in case we ran into the cold standing water I'd heard about but we never hit it. We made past the confluence, stayed on Ant proper and went 20 minutes beyond the metal pipe jammed in the canyon bottom and across the trail. It opened up a lot after this and we finally decided we could enjoy the better tighter part again for longer if we headed back. We took plenty of time and the people belonging to the kayaks we passed on the way in were long gone.

Those WS Tsunami 145's that I "splurged" for were so stable and roomy, I decided to stock up on driftwood near the beach and filled 3 hulls with firewood for the night back on the island. We ended up with plenty and then some.

The way out was fine at first but then a few fast boats came in and the waves got big. We even had an eastbound and down couple come through on a jetski- they both adorned I-just-had-my-eyes-dilated sunglasses and she was attempting to not fall off, wrapping her pink character-clad pajama bottoms tightly behind him since her arms couldn't quite reach around full bear hug.

Anyway, we made it through and even wound up on a pumpkin ton of tourists ipad photos as a doubledecker tour boat passed by on the way out. "How's your arms?" one shouted. "Good. How're your ankles?" - well I didn't say that loud enough to be heard over the waves, so don't worry about them too much.

Island life was nice (another Belize parallel). Camp was quiet. The lake traffic was unbelievably sparse for our stay- except when the saddest man in the whole world passed by leaving echoes of Katy Perry and loneliness in his wake. I mean, stuff some clothes together to look like a rudimentary mannequin or something in your boat if you're going to be out on the lake at 7:30 on Easter morning blasting KP. To sink that low, that guy's firework must have fizzled long ago.

We packed up leisurely Monday, made an airplane happy for few passes, and got back on the water before it got too choppy again. We took our time on the way home and stopped a couple places including the bend. As a kid, when we would throw rocks, my mother was always shout, "If everyone that visited the grand canyon threw a rock, it'd be full by now." It didn't matter where we were throwing them, it was just a go-to for her. As ingrained as it still is, I couldn't help but wondering if every visiting Asian tourist fell into the Grand Canyon, would it have overfilled by now. Is that why there were so many at the bend? Is it backed up this far already?

Thanks again to those that went before (Rob and Chums for the added intel and apparently the gift left where I put my tent)
I enjoyed my new 10-18mm on this trip but somebody wouldn't stay out of my pictures...
_____________________
May he guide you through the wilderness : protect you through the storm;
May he bring you home rejoicing : at the wonders he has shown you;
Armchair Crisis Design
8 archives
Apr 04 2015
spacetimeart
avatar

 Photos 169
 Triplogs 4

41 female
 Joined Feb 21 2015
 Phoenix, AZ
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Apr 04 2015
spacetimeart
Kayak7.00 Miles 10 AEG
Kayak7.00 Miles
10 ft AEG
 no routes
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners partners
skatchkins
Culture
Culture
HAZ Food
_____________________
Oct 18 2014
Lucyan
avatar

 Routes 1
 Photos 20,052
 Triplogs 1,026

41 female
 Joined Jan 18 2011
 In the Wild
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Oct 18 2014
Lucyan
Kayak11.00 Miles 10 AEG
Kayak11.00 Miles   6 Hrs      1.83 mph
10 ft AEG
 no routes
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners partners
VolcanoCLMBR
Beautiful lake, beautiful views, beautiful Antelope Canyon, no crowds, sunny skies and cool surroundings. The only thing that I didn't like on this trip was too many tourist boats and jet skies that made the lake very wavy and made the paddling for me very much harder.

We spent all day paddling to the canyon, exploring, hiking and then paddling back. I arrived to the dock just before sunset.

Definitely must do experience to see the Antelope Canyon (without crowds!)
Culture
Culture
HAZ Rides
foliage observationfoliage observationfoliage observationfoliage observationfoliage observation
Autumn Foliage Observation Substantial
Peak foliage around Flagstaff
_____________________
3 archives
Oct 18 2014
VolcanoCLMBR
avatar

 Routes 1
 Photos 2,050
 Triplogs 425

42 male
 Joined Sep 16 2011
 Phoenix
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Oct 18 2014
VolcanoCLMBR
Kayak11.00 Miles 10 AEG
Kayak11.00 Miles   6 Hrs      1.83 mph
10 ft AEG
 no routes
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners partners
Lucyan
Up until now i havent had much experience kayaking but got the hang of it pretty quickly....unlike someone i know humm humm..
To say that kayaking at Lake Powell is a must do is an understatement. The lake has a such a distinct personality than any other lake i have ever experienced before.
Being that we were on kayaks the only thing that annoyed me was the noise from all the boats and jetskis around us....Lucie wasnt too fond of the wakes created by them.
After launching from the public dock we headed over to antelope canyon, we took it easy enjoying the sights around us. After we reached the end of the paddling we proceeded on foot until we calculated to turn around and be back before sunset. This section of Antelope had really cool formations and the lack of hoards of people made it even more special. On our way back we decided that camping food wasnt going to cut it and stopped at Stomboli's Italian Restaurant, I ordered a calzone which was d'lish. After dinner we headed over to our car camp site just west of the lake. The next morning i got up and explored around some of the cool rock formations around us where i found some formations similar to the wave. It was yet another amazing weekend in the backyard!
Culture
Culture
HAZ Rides
foliage observationfoliage observationfoliage observationfoliage observationfoliage observation
Autumn Foliage Observation Substantial
Peak foliage around Flagstaff
_____________________
The world is my playground!
Oct 04 2014
chumley
avatar

 Guides 81
 Routes 688
 Photos 15,667
 Triplogs 1,597

48 male
 Joined Sep 18 2002
 Tempe, AZ
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Oct 04 2014
chumley
Kayak11.75 Miles
Kayak11.75 Miles   5 Hrs   45 Mns   2.04 mph
 
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners partners
clairebear
juliachaos
I took Janet and Chrissy up north after we got washed out this spring. You can certainly do this paddle and hike as a day trip from Antelope Point Marina, but we decided to make an overnight of it and camped on Antelope Island. The water level was 3606 and temp was 76F.

The three days of weather at Page were 78/79/81 and 49/51/52. Pretty much perfect.

We camped west of the dam late Friday night and headed to the marina Saturday morning. It's October, so lake traffic was minimal. We set up camp and then embarked upon our journey up Antelope Canyon, taking our time along the way. Ultimately we ran out of daylight, but it was timed perfectly as we encountered a deep, chilly, swimmer and none of us really wanted to continue through that.

I'll be back here though. There's much more to explore before you hit the reservation and approach the touristas.

Paddling stats:
To camp: 1.11 / 0:35
Up Canyon 2.52 / 1:35
Down Canyon 2.25 / 1:00
Morning Loop 2:21 / 0:45
Back to car via marina 3.66 / 1:50
Geology
Geology
Navajo Sandstone

dry Antelope Canyon Dry Dry
No flow. Lake level at 3606
_____________________
33s over 45s
2 archives
Oct 04 2014
juliachaos
avatar

 Routes 37
 Photos 2,160
 Triplogs 627

39 female
 Joined Mar 01 2010
 Phoenix, AZ
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Oct 04 2014
juliachaos
Kayak11.75 Miles
Kayak11.75 Miles   5 Hrs   45 Mns   2.04 mph
 no routesno photosets
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners partners
chumley
clairebear
This trip was even cooler than I imagined!

We camped the night before, after somehow escaping the thieving hands of John9L (nice try!). The camp spot was perfect, and we even had a fire and Chumley's holiday lights. In the morning we stopped by our favorite health food store for pancakes and McNuggets, then drove to the put-in.

After fighting with my hatch for what seemed like ages, We were all packed and ready to go. The campsite was very near -- we could see the parking lot from there -- but far enough away we felt for the most part like we were the only ones there. We set up camp on Antelope Island and then paddled over to Antelope Canyon, admiring the beautiful sandstone walls. At the canyon we hiked in as far as we could until finding a deep swimmer. A trip best left for another time. We got back to the boats and then back to camp just as darkness fell. Perfect timing. We built a fire and consumed our consumables before passing out beneath a perfect sky.

The next day we decided to take the scenic route back to the boat ramp, checking out the island side of the waterway. Definitely can't wait to come back to this place, and hopefully have a bit more time to explore the canyon and other areas a little more.
_____________________
Oct 04 2014
clairebear
avatar

 Photos 178
 Triplogs 158

39 female
 Joined Oct 26 2011
 Tempe, AZ
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Oct 04 2014
clairebear
Kayak11.75 Miles
Kayak11.75 Miles   5 Hrs   45 Mns   2.04 mph
 no routes
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners partners
chumley
juliachaos
My stoke factor was really high for this trip and it did not disappoint me or my comrades. Thanks to Lizzard for finding this trip and Chumley who found cool spots to camp. My contribution was all the sweet- syrupy pumpkin porters I brought to share.

After work on friday, we all loaded into Chumleys truck and I settled happily in the back so I could relax and pass out on the drive. We stopped off at the Subway in Flagstaff which is apparently THEE PLACE for HAZ people headed out of town - ( or basically just us and 9L who happened to be passing through as well :) ) Anyhoo, Chumeley had found us a little camping area not too far from the marina, so we arrived there sometime after midnight I think and after we set up tents we had a few beers. Lizzard was the porter of pumpkin porters, so that was really nice.

The next day we were at port of embarkment and I did my best to pack all of my stuff into my kayak so I could do this whole “yak-packing” thingy that sounded really neat. So we all yak’d over to the little cove that would be our weekend home about two miles from the parking lot.

After we set up camp and such we finally grabbed a few yak beers and crossed the narrow lake to the entrance of Antelope Canyon. The “shore” at the entrance of the canyon was filled with a ton of debris and mud to step through before the solid ground. The canyon itself is amazing. We were the only people in the canyon except some friendly Europeans. They pointed out an Owl perched high above on the canyon walls. I would never have seen it on my own in a million years. We hiked a bit and passed though some narrows. Shortly afterwards we were unable to proceed because our path became flooded with dark, cold waters. It was probably the right time to go back.


We got back to camp and made food just as it go dark. Despite being so close to the road, this area felt super isolated and wilderness-y (except for the weird and distant green lights from sort of industrial building that resembled the Emerald City in the wizard of Oz ) We tried to edit them out of any pictures.

The next morning I felt like I was waking up on some tiny island near Malta, somewhere in the Mediterranean. We had a chill morning, finished up what beers we had left, and made our way back in no hurry.
It was too beautiful and I felt no urgency to escape this place.
Fauna
Fauna
Great Horned Owl
_____________________
Jun 04 2012
PaleoRob
avatar

 Guides 168
 Routes 225
 Photos 5,981
 Triplogs 1,093

40 male
 Joined Apr 03 2006
 Grand Junction,
Antelope Canyon via Lake PowellNortheast, AZ
Northeast, AZ
Kayak avatar Jun 04 2012
PaleoRob
Kayak3.75 Miles 50 AEG
Kayak3.75 Miles   1 Hour   30 Mns   2.50 mph
50 ft AEG
 
1st trip
Linked none no linked trail guides
Partners none no partners
Got off work early, so I headed over to Antelope Point for a little kayaking. The channel was fine on the way down, and Antelope Canyon was calm for the paddle in. I reached a little beach and stopped to take some pictures. While there, a tour boat passed me. I decided to make my way back out instead of going all the way to the end. Another tour boat passed me, then the first one passed again on its way out. Lots of 3-4 foot rollers bouncing around the canyon. Back in the main channel the water calmed down. Another tour boat was making its approach to the canyon.
Culture
Culture
HAZ Rides
_____________________
"The only thing we did was wrong was staying in the wilderness to long...the only thing we did was right was the day we started to fight..."
-Old Spiritual
My book, The Marauders on Lulu and Amazon
average hiking speed 2.11 mph

WARNING! Hiking and outdoor related sports can be dangerous. Be responsible and prepare for the trip. Study the area you are entering and plan accordingly. Dress for the current and unexpected weather changes. Take plenty of water. Never go alone. Make an itinerary with your plan(s), route(s), destination(s) and expected return time. Give your itinerary to trusted family and/or friends.

90+° 8am - 6pm kills
prehydrate & stay hydrated
help comment issue

end of page marker