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Name: Peter M
Location: CA
Date/Time: , August 27, 2016 4:43:56 PM
Comments: It's really awesome of you to post these trip reports. It's been a great way to discover new trails near and far. This site has been a great resource, even for trails that I already know and love!
Top 3 Hikes:
1. Cascade Canyon to Paintbrush Canyon loop, Grand Tetons
2. Highline trail, Glacier National Park
3. Mt. Bierstadt, Colorado

Name: Donna
Location: Australia
Date/Time: Monday, November 2, 2015 1:42:11 PM
Comments: Kevin thanks so much for your trip report from the Routeburn Track. I loved the details, and learned so many pieces of useful information, as well as being highly entertained! Wonderful website which I'm going to explore more now as we like hiking in Australia and California (Sierras) and are doing our first trip to NZ (and also first hut experience) next month. Best wishes, happy trails to you! Donna
Top 3 Hikes:
1. John Muir Trail
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Name: Oubliet
Location: Sacramento
Date/Time: Monday, April 20, 2015 11:46:02 AM
Comments: I liked your trip report of the Hoover Wilderness trip from Leavitt Mdws to Virginia Lake. I plan on exploring more of the Hoover W in the near future.
Top 3 Hikes:
1. Lake Mary to Silver Divide to Bear Ridge to Lake Italy to Pine creek TH
2. Onion Valley to Kearsarge toForester-to Soldier Lakes to Cottonwood Pass
3. South Lake to NorthLake

Name: Shirley Mueller
Location: Incline Village NV
Date/Time: Wednesday, March 4, 2015 8:53:41 AM
Comments: Hi Kevin, Carlo and I used the information in your blog to plan a 60 mile hike in Kings Canyon. Afterwards, we met you and your family in Desolation Valley. It was such a treat to see you hiking with your young boys. We hope to see you on a trail again this summer.
Top 3 Hikes:
1. North Lake South Lake Loop, Kings Canyon
2. Meeks Bay to Emerald Bay, Desolation Wilderness (short but very pretty)
3. Yosemeti Valley to Mamoth

Name: Kathleen
Location: Eugene, Oregon, USA
Date/Time: Sunday, June 29, 2014 11:55:02 PM
Comments: Thanks for the hiking info. I've found some useful descriptions of hikes to drag my kids to for my visit to Lassen Volcanic National Park the next few days. I noticed that you've skipped most of the state of Oregon (ranked most under-appreciated state in the union) during your hikes. You should check us out. We've got some great coastal areas and of course Crater Lake.
Top 3 Hikes:
1. Quinault Rain Forest, Olympic National Park
2. Lost Coast Trail, northern California
3. Iron Mountain, Oregon

Name: julian
Location: san jose, ca
Date/Time: Monday, June 2, 2014 8:30:31 AM
Comments: This is an amazing resource for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. I have used Kevin's website every couple weeks for a year and it has helped me enjoy life more. I'm frequently inside working with the computer thingy and its a great feeling to get out and roll around in the dirt, trees, flowers. Hope to go on some longer, allnighter hikes someday. I don't have a tv at home but the roku games look really impressive for such a limited platform.
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Name: Nancy
Location: Redding, CT USA
Date/Time: Sunday, March 30, 2014 3:44:16 AM
Comments: Came here from google, looking for advice on a week-long camping trip with the kids. We've only done two nights so far (weekends) but we're headed up to Maine when school gets out! (Ages 5.5, 4 and 8 months, currently.) Just wanted to say, that our middle child was 5 months old when she went camping for the first time. I don't know why breastfeeding would deter anyone but it actually makes camping easier since you don't have to worry about sterility, running out of water for formula, you can feed them anywhere at anytime and if they cry in the middle of the night, a nursing session quiets them down fast. :)
Top 3 Hikes:
1. Wonderland Trail
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Name: Chris Freeman
Location: Centennial, Colorado
Date/Time: Sunday, February 23, 2014 7:12:22 PM
Comments: Kevin, Nice job with your website. I stumbled across it while searching for maps and trail descriptions for the Emigrant Wilderness, a place I've been many times and am very fond of. Your trip reports and photos are very informative and a great reminder of how grand and beautiful the Sierras truly are. Happy hiking, Chris Freeman
Top 3 Hikes:
1. Joint Trail, Canyonlands NP
2. Lauterbrunen, Switzerland
3. Northern Kings Canyon NP

Name: Rich & Debs Fitzsimons
Location: Santa Clara
Date/Time: Sunday, January 26, 2014 10:30:37 PM
Comments: Hey Kevin. What an awesome web site! We stumbled upon a link to your site on a persons blog and glad we did. We enjoy your detailed stories of your backpacking trip. We are experienced backpackers but always looking for new hikes and new tips. Your web site is loaded with both. Thank you so much for sharing!
Top 3 Hikes:
1. Convict lake to Dorthy lake (John Muir Wilderness)
2. Skyline to the sea (Santa Cruz Mountains)
3. Coast trail (Point Reyes NS)

Name: Liz Maples
Location: Menlo Park, CA
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 8, 2014 1:12:12 PM
Comments: Hi Kevin, Your website is amazing. Thank you so much for so much information for people, such my myself, that are new to hiking and needing the information to get started. I had no idea even where to begin and your website has given me more hiking opportunities than I ever imagined! Your photographs are stunning, too! Thank you so much for this gift. I can't wait to get started!! All the best to you, Liz

Name: Gurjeet
Location: Fremont + Fresno, CA
Date/Time: Sunday, November 24, 2013 10:42:54 AM
Comments: Hi Kevin, GREAT website. My husband and I are amateur hikers, so your website will be a really great resource to us. I'm surprised I never found it sooner! And, glad to see you've hiked in my native Canada as well :).
Top 3 Hikes:
1. Eagle Lake Trail (from Emerald Bay, Lake Tahoe)
2. Anything in Point Lobos State Reserve (Carmel, CA)
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Name: Jean Harris
Location: Reno, NV USA
Date/Time: Tuesday, August 6, 2013 3:41:19 PM
Comments: I'm planning a day hike to Blue Lake (Eastern Sierra, West of Bishop, CA) to commemorate my first "real" hike with my parents when I was 4 y.o. Now 54 y.o. I'm doing it again with the loving memory of my folks. Thank you for providing the details to make my 50 year anniversary easier to plan. Much appreciation!

Name: Anita Lahey
Location: Reno, NV
Date/Time: Thursday, January 31, 2013 9:31:40 AM
Comments: Great and very useful website!!! I am trying to plan some hikes and all the details you offer are super-helpful! Gosh I hike so much, and never thought to rank my top 3 hikes...hmmm
Top 3 Hikes:
1. Chamonix-Mt Blanc
2. The Pyrenees
3. The hike to Agua Azul waterfalls

Name: Anita
Location: Moraga/California/USA
Date/Time: Monday, January 7, 2013 9:33:44 PM
Comments: We just returned from the Milford Track - 18 inches of rain in 24 hours led to helicopter transport from lodge to lodge on January 1st for the guided walkers(Glade House to Pampoloma for us). Great photos - nice to see what we missed (and what we missed photographing, which was most of the track, due to continuing rain!). Thanks for sharing!


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