Headed for the Mountains
Join Date: Oct 2015
Location: Richmond, BC
Interest: Skiing,Backpacking,Searching For/Exploring old Ghost Towns & Mines, Prospecting,Fishing,4Wheeling
I agree. Hiking boots and gaiters are a must. We were knee deep in some sections and it was unavoidable. The only thing I whish I brought was a slightly larger knife to split wood with. We were so wet after each day from rain, humidity and sweat that having a fire was such a relief. We were able to dry out all of our gear after each day. We were able to split down the wood with a tiny knife to get to the dry stuff but wasn't easy and took a really long time. I'm sure there are others on here that will disagree with me on this but you're entitled to your own opinion.
Last edited by ChubbyTuna; 08-20-2021 at 10:44 AM.