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An annual look at Trail Culture along the Tahoe to Yosemite, Pacific Crest, and John Muir Trails along the Sierra Crest, as well as a number of hikers on unique routes. We also look at the different aspects of trail culture we encounter at our resupply interfaces with road access and along the long trails down the Sierra Crest.
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Reports about humans in the wilderness and on the interface between society and Nature during 2016.
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A cross section of backpacker trail culture in the High Sierra. Post up your observations and participation.
3 7 1 year 6 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Women and girls, the sex female, have trail strength that never cease to amaze me, like everyone else, once they get beyond the limits of our own self and social definitions. This forum is dedicated to the observed and experienced female reality on the trail. Nature loaded up the chicks with profound powers which are quite amazing in their original Natural context. I observe and learn.
1 1 1 year 15 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Trail Crew is the ground level of trail culture in the Wilderness. The trail is the physical monument of their culture, thus we feature Trail Crew and their work. The Next Level is composed of Forest, Park, and Concession Staff who manage the interface between Wilderness Trails across our access and resupply points.
4 4 2 years 15 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
2 2 6 years 3 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Tahoe to Yosemite Trail across Western Sierra Flank.
1 1 3 years 33 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Carson Iceberg and Emigrant Wilderness
2 4 5 years 35 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Eastern flanks of Mokelumne and Carson Iceberg Wilderness.
3 3 5 years 19 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Recording fine workers doing classic trail work in the Wilderness. Meeting, greeting, and hanging out with Yosemite Park workers and concession staff.
6 6 23 weeks 4 days ago
by Alex Wierbinski

Lyell the Kings Canyon horsepacker and his trusty steed Cameron, at Rae Lakes.

High Sierra Horseman, women, and their horses. Above we have Lyell the Kings Canyon Horsepacker and Cameron, his amazing horse. Look at those two faces...

4 5 2 years 42 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Encounters with hiking families and hiking kids, including Scouts and other Kid-centered organizations.
7 9 1 year 16 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Dogs are a part of trail culture.
8 12 1 year 50 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Love fishing? Post up articles about your favorite fishing spots and trips in this forum.
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Lots of pristine classic High Sierra fly fishing rivers and streams are at the end of the trail.
1 1 1 year 7 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Are you part of a High Sierra science team? Have you encountered working scientists in the Sierras? Tell us about your work or encounter here.
4 4 6 years 3 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
Good people representing the best of our country live in the Eastern Shadow of the Sierra Nevada Mountains from Kingsbury Grade to Lone Pine.
1 2 2 years 50 weeks ago
by Cayenne
Jean Stricklee is leading a team of Vets North across the Sierra Crest along the Pacific Crest Trail.
6 6 5 years 38 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Kennedy Meadows Pack Station and Resort on Highway 108, the Sonora Pass Highway 0 6 years 32 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Pacific Crest Trail: July 2010 Hiker Sample I 0 6 years 32 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Pacific Crest Trail: July 2010 Hiker Sample II 0 6 years 32 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Pacific Crest Trail: July 2010 Hiker Sample III 0 6 years 32 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Pacific Crest Trail: July 2010 Hiker Sample V: Lunch Meadow to Stubblefield Ford 0 6 years 32 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Pacific Crest Trail: July 2010 Hiker Sample VI: Stubblefield Ford to Cold Canyon 0 6 years 32 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Pacific Crest Trail: July 2010 Hiker Sample VI: Cold Canyon to Tuolumne Meadows 0 6 years 32 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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Tree Blaze, East Carson River, Benito Errea, 1944 0 5 years 17 weeks ago
by Alex Wierbinski
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