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It’s the spirit of adventure that costs sweat and scraped shins and pays off in backcountry glory. 1-mile circumnavigation of 6,400-foot White Mountain. 2016 A little gumption goes a long way toward solitude in Joshua Tree. 19 OF #NPS100 Outside the lines H I D D E N V A L L E Y, J O S H U A T R E E N P, CALIFORNIA Can’t-miss plan for sussing out a stellar campsite: Go beyond the edges of where campers THE FIRST 100 YEARS usually stay; evaluate sites on their merits, not on convenience; the higher you go, the better the views (usually); but don’t waste so much energy that you sleep through a good sunrise.

Reserve up to four months before your visit. gov/grca 17 OF #NPS100 In the alpine zone CRACKER LAKE, G L A C I E R N P, M O N TA N A It’s hard to say what you’ll notice first when you reach Cracker Lake—the aqua-blue water or the imposing, gray cliffs that angle thousands of feet upward to the point of 10,003-foot Mt. Siyeh. Three tent sites sit on a grassy slope above the lake’s southeastern shore, offering uninterrupted views of the entire cirque. 3 miles to its namesake, traveling through grizzly habitat, Cracker Flats meadow, and into the deep canyon that drains the lake.

While she made her way back down to me, I took a few steps in the direction I’d seen Jason disappear. I hoped he was still nearby, but couldn’t hear me over the wind. Maybe if I went slowly and traversed down the hill, I would be able to get to him. A small part of me still clung to the belief that this would just turn out to be a minor pratfall that we’d laugh about later. I made it about 50 feet down the slope but could go no farther. The ice coating the slope made it too dangerous. As tough as it was to admit, I knew I couldn’t help Jason if I ended up needing rescue myself.

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Backpacker (June 2016)

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