There’s nothing like hiking with a full backpack on, coming into your destination spot for the evening. After a full day on the trail, the feet are tired, the shoulders are tired, the legs are tired. But the day has always been great. The spectacular untouched vistas of the high Sierra in eastern California are second to none. It’s such a pleasure to be there, hiking along well maintained but rugged trails, the air pristine at 10,000 feet. What a treat! Here, we’re coming into Lake of the Lone Indian in the central Sierra.
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