Hello! I am back with a mother of a video – episode five of my dumb behind the scenes series of my various trips combines several trips I look in 2018 to nab some timelapses, all of which you can check out below or by searching for timelapses on this page.
It’s a bit of a longer video than the other ones, but it’s got snaps of *all* the places I went, a snoring dog, a demon tree god, dozens of lakes, a good soundtrack, a cabin in the woods and a sweet emo ending to the dulcet tones of Joey Ramone. It pays off so give it a whirl.
Overall, a lot of what you see and places I went was….. hard. And awesome. I think the most memorable for me was that I was able to explore the Golden Trout Wilderness, which is the most remote part of the entire Sierra Nevada range – no roads come close to it except for on its north side, and that puts you at the top of an incredibly large section of the range that you have to hike (or ride, in this case) in order to see any part of it. Thanks to Rock Creek Pack Station for making that happen.
Other locations include the John Muir Wilderness, King’s Canyon, parts of Inyo National Forest, Yosemite National Park and Death Valley.
I had a blast, and can’t wait to return. Special shout out to Erika, the fastest hiker alive.
Check out the video below and leave a comment if you feel so inclined!