Trails, Trials, and Triumphs of a Traveling Triathlete Trekker
Crickey, those are seriously jumbled slabs of rock. Seems inconceivable that they didn't route the path around them. No other options? Lack of public land? Loved playing on rocks/boulders like that as a kid but can scarcely image trying to hike mile after mile over/around them with a backpack.
Hope all is well. It was nice hanging with you for a coulpe days. The heat was bad. Hope you have some nicer wather. John
lol...gotta love the rocks! so was i exaggerating when i tried to "explain" them to you? maybe u don't remember about that now, but those rocks i'll never forget. thanks for all the great pics ellie, i'm loving going on this hike thru you. ;-) good luck and can't wait to see ur "finish" pics!
The ones on this page are "skull-fracture" rocks. The next day I got to the "get freaking killed" rocks.Fiberjoy -- they route the trail over the rocks to make it challenging. I think there should be a go-around option (a "blue blaze" trail.) I do have a sense of accomplishment but also a lot of scrapes, bruises and sore spots, thank God nothing worse.
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