Nasse Haare vom Meer, sandige Füße vom Strand, warme Haut von der Sonne und das zu Hause direkt unterm Schneidesitz - wenn es einen Zustand gibt, in dem wir uns rund um wohlfühlen, dann ist es genau der. Hallo du schöner Moment, bitte bleib noch ein bisschen da, ich setz mich neben dich.
“I want to travel the world with you, catch sunsets, kiss you on top of every mountain we climb, take pictures of you, watch the stars on an empty field, run through rain and get lost together. It won't matter where we will end up, as long as we're together.”
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Finale: So blessed to end my #QuerenciaSummer on Dook’o’oslííd with my brother. This sacred mountain has come to feel like a home-away-from-home since I moved to AZ five years ago. I’ve camped on this mountain on a full moon New Years Eve; I’ve gathered with activists to protest the continued desecration of this mountain by Arizona Snowbowl & the local government; I’ve spent afternoons here watching lightning & eagles dance in the clouds; I’ve seen the ghost of my father in the autumn aspens. Dook’o’oslííd holds a special place in my heart. Sharing it with @nickajoe was a dream come true. Blessed beyond belief.
Up The Gun Barrel We Go
The Tower of Babel is a great short scramble about 1-2 hours depending on your fitness and skill. But it is a rock fall zone and you must wear a helmet. It is nick named the gun barrel because as rocks fall from above or boulders come flying down the barrel you have not real escape. You hug the wall and stay out of the barrel shot of the falling debris off a constantly crumbling mountain.
Location: Moraine Lake Alberta Canada in Banff National Park.
View: The Tower of Babel Gun Barrel with the 11,800 foot Mount temple in the distance.
Bears are present in this region. Always have bear spray, learn how to use it properly and learn how to handle yourself when confronted by a predator. Learn hiking and back country best practices and only go solo if you absolutely must... things can happen and it’s harder to resolve when solo.
THE ADVENTURER IN THE PHOTO:
Photo Credit: @samantha_v.i
Facebook Group: Wild Canadian Rocky Mountain Hikers