Post Profile






Finishing the High Sierra Trail – Outpost Camp to Whitney Portal

We were in no hurry to get up and do this last 5 miles or so down to the portal – but when you’ve got Whitney hikers coming up all night long with headlamps blasting, you tend to not get the week’s best sleep. We finally got going at 8am and headed down. It’s quite a […] The post Finishing the High Sierra Trail – Outpost Camp to Whitney Portal appeared first on SoCal Hiker.
read more

share
See more about: High Sierra

Related Posts


Hiking the High Sierra Trail: Crescent Meadow to Bearpaw Meadow

Fitness / Hiking : SoCal Hiker

Day One on the High Sierra Trail we hiked 11.5 miles east-bound, from Crescent Meadow to Bearpaw. Starting at the giant forest, we followed the edge of the Middle Fork of the Kaweah River – a super deep canyon with stunning views to...

Thru-Hiking the JMT: Little Yosemite Valley to Sunrise Camp

Fitness / Hiking : SoCal Hiker

It’s day two on the John Muir Trail. We woke up feeling creaky but confident. Hiking up Half Dome on day one tested our mettle. Today, we planned to hike 10.4 miles to the Sunrise High Sierra Camp. We ate our super-charged oatmeal b...

Hiking the High Sierra Trail – Big Arroyo to Upper Funston Meadow via Moraine Lake

Fitness / Hiking : SoCal Hiker

Day Three on the High Sierra Trail. Yesterday, we hiked to Big Arroyo. Today, another big 13+ mile day awaited us, as we intended to hike down and out of the Big Arroyo, up the ridge, across high alpine meadows at the base of Mt. Ka...

Hiking the High Sierra Trail – Crabtree Meadow to Guitar Lake

Fitness / Hiking : SoCal Hiker

DAY SIX on the High Sierra Trail — This was a short, easy day to prepare for summiting Mt Whitney. The hike from Crabtree Meadow to Guitar Lake is a little over three miles and about 1000 vertical feet. The trail meanders up a canyo...

Hiking the High Sierra Trail – Guitar Lake to Mt Whitney and Outpost Camp

Fitness / Hiking : SoCal Hiker

DAY 6 on the High Sierra Trail –We decided to get up at 4:30 a.m. and begin hiking between 5:30 and 6 a.m. at sunrise. We had no interest in hiking in the dark and trying for the summit at sunrise – for our first time up, we wanted ...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC