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Perspective

Perspective

“Not every hike has to be a big one. Not every trek needs massive preparation;
sometimes you can be out the door for an overnight in just 2 hours. These are
things that I have to remind myself when I’m planning my next hike or trek.”

Day 4: No Disappointment In My Pack

Day 4: No Disappointment In My Pack

“I had learned an important life lesson when I stood at the base of the JMT and decided to change my trip and hike out. I’d learned to be flexible, a hard thing for a planner like me. I knew, despite giving up my dream of hiking the whole JMT, the journey was far from over.”

After the Really Big Hike

After the Really Big Hike

Post-trail depression is REAL. Madeleine gets brutally honest about how it feels to go from being The Woman Who Did the Really Big Hike to the The Woman Filled With Debilitating Sadness.

Get Up and Hike

Get Up and Hike

“I was hooked. I was also healing. Hiking is healing. Many of you reading know this cleansing that takes place amongst the trees.” New writer Kellie shares how she went from unable to walk to the mailbox to planning an AT section.

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