Endless P Summer

Hayduke Part 9: Zion

11/8/19…..Hayduke Day 43…..20 miles We woke up to a delicious home cooked breakfast of potatoes, black beans, corn, cheese, eggs, toast, yogurt, fruit and coffee. Then, after we packed up, Lynn drove us 40 miles out of Kanab… Read More

Hayduke Part 8: Out of the Grand Canyon

11/2/19…..Hayduke Day 37…..14 miles I think someone camping nearby in Mather Campground was having night terrors last night or they were screaming at the top of their lungs at 4:30 in the morning for a legitimate reason. Either… Read More

Hayduke Part 7: Into the Grand Canyon

10/25/19…..Hayduke Day 29…..9 miles QB and I got back on the Hayduke today after a nearly 2 week hiatus. Let me catch you up real quick. On October 12th we started hitching to Las Vegas from Jacob Lake,… Read More

Mt San Jacinto: Cactus to the Clouds

10/16/19….22 miles….10300 feet of gain Cactus to the Clouds is a day hike up Mt. San Jacinto in Southern California. It is considered one of the most difficult day hikes in the country(this is debatable of course) because… Read More

Hayduke Part 6: Back to the AZT

10/9/19…..Hayduke Day 25…..0 miles This morning Josh caught up to us as we were breaking camp and apparently he also had himself a ballgame going through Starlight Canyon yesterday. Since we were camped almost on top of HWY… Read More

Hayduke Part 5: GSENM

10/2/19…..Hayduke Day 18…..zero miles Zero miles today but not for lack of trying. Our plan was to lay around half the day, take care of a few little errands, then hitch back to the Hayduke this afternoon and… Read More

Hayduke Part 3: Happy Maze Alternate

9/21/19…..Hayduke Day 9 continued…..8 miles Before we got back to walking we paddled 14 miles this morning to Spanish Bottom, to read all about our boat trip you’ll have to refer back to my previous post. After Keith… Read More

Hayduke Part 2: Rafting the Mighty Colorado

9/18/19…..Hayduke Day 4…..10 miles(river) We took the last two days to rent a car and drive out to the middle of nowhere, UT to cache food and water for the future. Last night we camped just outside of… Read More