Well, but what did you do with the remaining 7 hours in your day? Awesome.
Wish I could say I spent it relaxing but instead I drove home without even stopping for dinner.
Erik's amazing exploits could be gathered into a novel. Great job on doing this route. A pretty tremendous excursion.
Incredible. I would have been face down in the dirt on San Gorgonio. You are THE MAN.
I can't even fathom doing this in 2 days let alone one. Good on ya, Rick! Now, relax....take a break.... :)
That is a great accomplishment. You could not have picked a betterday for it.
Amazing dayhike and great TR, thanks for sharing.
LOL, "the horrendously difficult climb up to Zahniser Peak"
That bump was named after Howard Zahniser, the author of The Wilderness Act of 1964
That about sums it up for me. Nice job.
Bob, I guess you will have to step up your Sierra Challenge next year to include stuff at least this difficult.
Ah, don't temp him! He'll do it! Seriously though many of the peaks on the Sierra Challenge are more difficult due to increased elevation and difficult terrain. The mileage may be less but those Sierra peaks really kick your butt especially when you do them day after relentless day.
What do you do for an encore? Great job, thanks for the report, Kent.
Congratulations. You give me something to aspire to.
Having hiked the San Gorgonio ridge/Charlton/Jepson/Dobbs form Vivain and South Fork, I have increased admiration for this Herculean feat. Props Rick!
thats alot of hiking. Where is East Dobbs and Zahniser Peak? I haven't heard about these ones before...
You are officially crazy...in a good way!