Unlike what I had read about doing a sunrise summit of Whitney in past years, there was no stream of headlamps climbing their way up. It was just us.
I wish I had known about this resource a year earlier. So for those who don't know what a RUCK is and why you might want to go, I thought I would share my experience.
Long distance hiker Danielle O'Farrell shares stories about and tips about Women's Health in the Outdoors.
Everyone has their own way of doing things on a thru hike, whether it is how they attach their umbrella to their pack, when they take a break for dinner or what they find makes the best pillow at night. Here is a short list of modifications that I created and gathered from others before and along my hike. These are all simple adjustments to make and can be done the day before your hike, on trail, or during advanced planning.