Tahoe Rim Trail Picture Journal

3 Nov

Twin ULA Circuit pakcs

Twin ULA Circuit packs

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View of Echo Lake on the first day.

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Jen and Em full of energy on day 1.

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Sunset over Lake Aloha on night 1.

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Day 2 morning hiking out away from Lake Aloha.

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Example of all the crystal clear water in the Desolation Wilderness lakes.

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Beautiful tree shot by Em.

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View from Dick’s Pass back over the southern part of the Desolation Wilderness.

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Trail shot climbing through the wilderness.

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PCT and TRT signs on the 55 mile section that they combine into one trail.

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Trail signs looking back from Barker Pass Trailhead.

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View climbing out of the Desolation Wilderness.

Jen and Aggie (our tent).

Jen and Aggie (our tent).

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Beauty shot of the giant pinecones.

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One of our first views of Lake Tahoe.

Emily and the lake.

Emily and the lake.

Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

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It is just really pretty.

Trail around one of the many Desolation Wilderness lakes.

Trail around one of the many Desolation Wilderness lakes.

Emily hiking in some snow from a previous storm.

Emily hiking in some snow from a previous storm.

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Our tent during the storm.

2 Responses to “Tahoe Rim Trail Picture Journal”

  1. Joe January 3, 2014 at 3:51 pm #

    Are bear canisters required for the Tahoe Rim Trail? If so which one did you use and how did you manage in terms of space/organization with the Circuit?

    Looks like a great trip!

    Thanks.

    • emily January 3, 2014 at 4:47 pm #

      No bear canisters needed. We just did hangs without issue. The Circuit is awesome and you will have no issues. There are a few resupply places if you plan accordingly.

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