Lowest to Highest Route (L2H)

After finishing the Sierra High Route, the Colorado Trail, as well as a section of Canada’s Great Divide Trail, Virginia and I wrapped up our summer of backpacking with this off-trail doozy: ~130 miles, nearly 31,000 elevation gain and loss, from the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere (Badwater Basin, Death Valley, -282 feet) to the highest point in the lower 48 (Mt Whitney, 14,505 feet). What else is there to say? Feast your eyes and ears below.

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4 thoughts on “Lowest to Highest Route (L2H)

  1. Excellent video, loved it. Great work team!!Andrew and Sabina  

    #yiv1107309759 a:hover {color:red;}#yiv1107309759 a {text-decoration:none;color:#0088cc;}#yiv1107309759 a.yiv1107309759primaryactionlink:link, #yiv1107309759 a.yiv1107309759primaryactionlink:visited {background-color:#2585B2;color:#fff;}#yiv1107309759 a.yiv1107309759primaryactionlink:hover, #yiv1107309759 a.yiv1107309759primaryactionlink:active {background-color:#11729E;color:#fff;}#yiv1107309759 WordPress.com | Virginia & David posted: “After finishing the Sierra High Route, the Colorado Trail, as well as a section of Canada’s Great Divide Trail, Virginia and I wrapped up our summer of backpacking with this off-trail doozy: ~130 miles, nearly 31,000 elevation gain and loss, from the lowe” | |

  2. Amazing! Did y’all give the coyote that bucket with water? Also was that horns on David’s backpack -Video is outstanding- Wonderful job❤️

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