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    Jenna Laface reviewed Upper Big Quilcene Trail via Marmot Pass

    about 1 month ago

    Great starting point for multiple other hikes. No snow at all.

    Jenna Laface saved Cameron Pass Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Jenna Laface reviewed Carne Mountain Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Best fall hike. Was some snow (on October 5th) but didn’t need traction. This week the larches should be at peek.

    Jenna Laface completed Carne Mountain Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Jenna Laface reviewed Blue Lake Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Snow and ice. Bring traction.

    Jenna Laface completed Blue Lake Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Jenna Laface saved Maple Pass Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Jenna Laface completed Rattlesnake Ledge Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Jenna Laface completed The Enchantments Trail

    2 months ago

    Jenna Laface reviewed The Enchantments Trail

    2 months ago

    Sooo pretty! The trees are changing colors so it’s perfect for your larches fix these next couple weeks. Follow the cairns and in the core zone, the trail usually hugged the lakes until it takes you back up to the left down down down many boulder fields. We clocked 20.1 miles with 5,534ft of elevation gain. 12 hours even with three breaks. 1 hr 45 minutes up aasgard.

    Jenna Laface reviewed Flattop Mountain Trail

    2 months ago

    It was a fun scramble at the top but too many people. 1 hour and 15 minutes total up and back.

    Jenna Laface completed Flattop Mountain Trail

    2 months ago

    Jenna Laface saved Echo Lake Loop

    3 months ago

    Jenna Laface saved Navaho Peak

    3 months ago

    Jenna Laface saved Mount Washington

    3 months ago

    Jenna Laface reviewed Mount Ellinor Trail

    3 months ago

    Jenna Laface completed Mount Ellinor Trail

    3 months ago

    Jenna Laface reviewed Lake Ingalls

    3 months ago

    Jenna Laface completed Lake Ingalls

    3 months ago

    Jenna Laface saved Wedgemount Lake

    4 months ago

    Jenna Laface reviewed Laugavegur Trail

    4 months ago

    Loved this. I did Landmannalauger to Skogar. Please be advised there is wayyy more snow than anyone anticipated at Hraftinnusker (sp?) and over the pass to Skogar. So many people did not have proper gear and many parties paid 1,000 USD to get rescued. Also, to Skogar mapped with Gaia GPS it was approximately 50 miles with 9,500ft of elevation gain (we did small day hikes once we checked in and hiked 56 miles with 11,100 ft of gain), Way more than any site prepared us for. Views are insane and ever changing. Be prepared for 5 river crossings total (three being from Álftavatn to Thorsmork), bring sandals! The deepest river crossing was thigh deep. Check in is after 1230 at each hut so if you’re gonna haul ass just know they won’t let you check in because they are still cleaning.

    Hraftinnusker - the hut has a warming area that is jammed pack, everyone tenting wished they made arrangements for a hut, you’ll be wet. (2,200 ft of gain in around 7 miles)

    Álftavatn - it’s mainly a hike up and down through snow until you head down a ridge and see the rolling hills into the valley. My knees appreciated my poles as we lost about 2,500ft (still gained 750ft ~ 7 miles) p.s there is a new restaurant here!

    Botnar/Emstrur- the day with three river crossings, third being the deepest right before you walk through a flat desert. Mostly through sand which blows. (1200ft gain ~ 10.2 miles)

    Thorsmork- my favorite day. The terrain changed so much and was truly beautiful. We stayed at the Volcano huts. One river crossing which was knee deep. (1500ft gain ~ 10.4 miles)

    Pass- this was rough, flat until a little past Basar and then it’s up up up! This day was also my favorite but the gain on the 4th day was a bitch. Back into the snow. (3,400ft gain ~ 9.2 miles)

    Pass to Skogar- so many waterfalls! You’re out of snow almost immediately and it’s all downhill to Skogar. (350 ft gain, a lot of loss, and 8.2 miles)

    Jenna Laface completed Laugavegur Trail

    4 months ago

    Jenna Laface reviewed Sourdough Mountain Trail

    4 months ago

    What the guy said below. The snowfields at the top still have some vertical gain so our poles were helpful but did it in hiking shoes.

    Jenna Laface reviewed Peyto Glacier Via Caldron Peak Trail

    4 months ago

    The bridge is washed out at 3.2 miles. Meaning you hike to the water and then have to turn around because you can’t cross the river. (We tried , took our shoes off and everything, very deep). They won’t be repairing the bridge per Parks Canada’s signage.

    Jenna Laface reviewed Moraine Lake Shoreline Trail

    4 months ago

    Beautiful trail, lots of spots to get a great pic. Also a nice trailhead to many other hikes.

    Jenna Laface reviewed Peyto Lake Panorama Overlook

    4 months ago

    Busy and people just stomp all over vegetation to get a good picture. Beautiful views.

    Jenna Laface reviewed Lake O'hara Alpine Trail

    4 months ago

    Beautiful the entire way. So many connecting trails. The only thing is we didn’t know you had to have a reservation to even start the hike because the road to get to the trailhead is inaccessible and gated. So unless you have a bus reservation through the parks or the lodge, enjoy the extra 13 miles (22 km) that the road adds. Luckily the NFS road wasn’t busy and was simply beautiful. Bring bug spray!

    Jenna Laface completed Lake O'hara Alpine Trail

    4 months ago