Wednesday, November 19, 2014

That's Not a Real Hike

A cute story about hiking a (HA!  GET THIS!)

3 mile

2,000 foot peak!

Ooooo!  Scary!!!!

6 comments:

Joe said...

Aaron - get a load of these "entitled" broads: http://nypost.com/2014/11/13/man-whose-epic-slap-went-viral-ive-never-slapped-anyone-before/

Goober said...

That's a warm-up. What a joke.

Anonymous said...

It's a real hike if you are fat or old.

The Bechtloff said...

That's nothing, when I went out to Vegas some lunatic drove me out into the desert to climb Angel's Peak.

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Keith Pearson said...

The two toughest hikes I've done were both in Colorado. Mt Elbert, the southwestern route, 5000' in 5.5 miles, starting point 9500'. Mt Sneffels, if you have 4wd, the starting point on foot is 10,500' (I didn't have 4wd at the time, so started at 9000', but the hiking down lower is easy) and you go to 14,300 in a mile and a half. Great hikes all over Colorado. It's not the steepness, it's the elevation and thin air that's the killer.