Backcountry Hut Trip (Part 4 0f 4)

Monday February 19th: Day Three

Monday was our last day and was kind of a lazy day. We packed up the hut, left it better than we found it, got on our skis and snowboards and cruised out the whole way back to the car. I was actually sad when I saw the car after only about 35 minutes of riding out.

This trip was beautiful because of the surroundings, the people, and lessons learned along the way. I learned that pickle juice is better left at home in any circumstance. You should probably check and make sure you are renting skins that are clean. If you have back problems, get adjusted more than 3 days before a big trip. And most of all I learned that my body and my mind are capable of so much more than I ever thought possible. I am interested to see what other challenges I can overcome.

Photo By: Colt Fetters

 

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