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Backpacking in Alaska, no trail, sidehilling is hard. it’s harder than you think. Super hard.
Where in Alaska do YOU want to backpack? For me, it’s everywhere at once. If the weather is good.But my absolute Number one, FAVORITE place? .. read on ..
Hey Folks Offtrail backpacking It doesn’t mean what you might think it means. What do we mean, here in Alaska, when we say “offtrail’? Well, what we mean is “no trail”. It’s not the same thing as backpacking through the mountains for a few days on a nice trail, hitting the open alpine terrain where […]
Camping beneath glorious Mt. Sanford, backpacking trip in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Alaska.
Hey Folks, Welcome back! I know I might’ve missed a few months here recently; it’s been tough to get time to blog lately. This month’s image, from a recent trip Sea Kayaking in Icy Bay Trip, is one reason why I haven’t posted anything recently. We were lucky enough to have some amazing weather this summer […]
Hey Folks, From a walk along the beach one day. The sunset was awesome, I’d setup camp nearby, and my tracks in the sand made a nice subject for the photo. The rolling waves were a nice soft background for sleeping this night. The tide rolled in and by morning, the beach was trackless again. […]
Hey Folks, Welcome to 2013. Here’s a photo of the Milky Way, towering high over the Copper River, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. Standing outside at minus 40degrees to shoot at night here is a chore, but a pretty amazing experience all the same. Wishing you all a great year. Cheers Carl
Hey Folks, What better way to celebrate the new year than a quick tip of the hat to Expeditions Alaska’s trip of the year for 2012? The winner, for me, was the Malaspina Glacier traverse we did in August. 12 awesome days on the southern coastal edge of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve, I […]
Hey Folks, Just a quick hello, and best wishes to everyone out there for a wonderful holiday season; all the best for a great new year. Enjoy your loved ones. Be well, Cheers Carl
Hey Folks This past August, we just did an EPIC traverse across the Malaspina Glacier. Our original plan had been to fly from Yakutat to the Samovar Hills, and hike south. Due to the insane amount of snow in the area last winter (Yakutat got 350-360 inches), we weren’t able to land at the strip […]