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Charlie "Tahoma 29" Hyde
City: Tacoma
State: WA
Country: United States
Begins: Apr 22, 2010
Direction: Northbound

Daily Summary
Date: Tue, Aug 24th, 2010
Start: Middle Fork Basin Trail
End: Crater Lake Lodge
Daily Distance: 22.2
Trip Distance: 1,747.2
Hours Hiked: 9

Journal Stats
Entry Visits: 492
Journal Visits: 66,570
Guestbook Views: 7,856
Guestbook Entrys: 109

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Arrival at Crater Lake

Crater Lake Beauty

Long dry hike today 24 miles with no water except an off-trail spring
I chose to skip, so I had to carry 5 liters of water (Ugh; about 11
pounds). But the goal of Crater Lake made the going pretty easy.
Rolled into Mazama Village about 2:30, took a coin operated shower
while washing my clothes, picked up my resupply box from Trail Angel
Numero Uno Tom, who's currently hiking the Wonderland Trail with
Vivian, gave away some food to Cloudkicker, Gnar, Fester and Frog (yes
from france) and headed up the remaining 4 miles to the crater rim and
the lodge trying not to sweat (limited success but I don't think I
smelled too bad for dinner. The food was fabulous and my room is on
the top floor with a great view of the lake and the full moon which is
rising above the caldera. Pretty spectacular! All the tourists here
are perky and I'm falling asleep with dessert at 7:30 !
Tomorrow another 26 potentially very hot miles without water but I
should still be able to meet Jake at Willamette Pass Friday night and
hang out/potentially hike if he can find an interested friend to drive
a second car.
Off to bed...








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The Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) is a 2,650-mile national scenic trail that runs from Mexico to Canada through California, Oregon and Washington. The PCT traverses 24 national forests, 37 wilderness areas and 7 national parks. The PCT passes through 6 out of 7 of North Americas ecozones. Learn more: www.pcta.org

 

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