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The #TecumsehTrail in Morgan Monroe State Forest, Indiana, during a trip I took with the Purdue Outing Club in December. We completed the Low Gap Trail, a short 10-mile loop that almost completely coincides with the northern section of the Tecumseh Trail. The weather was gorgeous and I had a great time with some new friends! Visit my blog (link in bio) for more photos and stories.⠀
It might not be a 4,000-footer, but that doesn’t mean the journey won't have its challenges. When climbing Mt. Cardigan, a 3,156 ft. peak in the Whites, @coreyoutdoors observed: “My camera was frozen. We pushed our way to summit, realizing we were only going to be there to enjoy it for a very short amount of time before needing to go back down out of necessity. Every inch of the ground was a slab of ice; an ice different than most I’m used to. It made me feel alienated by the ground I’ve so familiarly walked before. We quickly regained our momentum, but in the opposite direction, stopping only briefly to wonder if the morning sun would break through...” Whether in the Whites, ADKs, or Catskills, which under 4,000-foot peaks have you climbed this winter? |
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"The best view comes after the hardest climb."
Look at them conquering Mt. Kinabalu! You can choose the activity, the choice is yours. Wait, have you ever tried climbing Mt. Kinabalu before? Comment down as we would love to hear about your experience too! #outbackventure
Sometimes you just gotta jump down the rabbit hole. Been experimenting a bit with underexposure, and this particular photo has quickly catapulted to the top of my personal favorites list. Sometimes simplicity is beauty.