This trip started off as a lot of Alaskan trips do - with bags packed, loading up into a float plane. Alaska is incredibly inaccessible - it only has a handful of main highways and even those are limited with just small two-lane highways. Most of the state is accessible only by boat or plane.
I have been using my Zenbivy for years and I've spent well over 800 nights in it. I'll trekking poles for ice axes, tents for nights cowboy camping under the stars, but no matter the adventure, you can guarantee that my Zenbivy will be the first thing in my pack.
Stargazing is an amazing experience, and it will give you a little break from your home life and allow you to reconnect with nature for a night. Grab your Zenbivy quilt and head out to get lost in the stars.
You know you’ve been putting off cracking into a book for a while, but with lockdown you have all the extra time you need now. Grab your Zenbivy Quilt and dig into a few of our favorite books to keep the adventure alive until your next one.
#3 — Volunteer or donate to make trails better. Those trails you hike on don’t just appear by themselves, you know! Volunteering your time and efforts is a sure-fire way to make sure there are always safe trails and facilities for all to use.
It rained every day... But I love the valley and I couldn’t be dissuaded from sticking around, especially as there were rumors of snow in the forecast. If you’ve ever seen Yosemite in the snow, you’ll know why I stuck around.