The Trip 5 team is on the trail. They assembled at their starting trailhead, received llama orientation, loaded their gear, and by late morning got off to begin their adventure. This team is hiking in Oregon, northbound on the Pacific Crest Trail in Three Sisters Wilderness from Devils Lake to Lava Camp, about 25 miles total.
The Trip 2 team’s itinerary calls for camping near the Bumping River on the way to White Pass in Washington. Wading across the Bumping River (about knee deep) is one of the most exciting parts of the Trip 2 route. Once again the campsite provides plenty of grass for the llamas and a nice place for the hikers to rest up overnight.
This morning we received word that the Trip 2 team is ok. Hiker Eleanor is experiencing freezing in her legs—a common challenge of Parkinson’s—and is coming off the trail with her support hiker, Barbara. Friday Eleanor is being transported 7.5 miles back to Chinook Pass via big wheel stretcher. We have plenty of help and the rest of the team will continue their journey. Once at Chinook Pass, Eleanor and Barbara will be met and assisted by Trip 6 support hiker Judi and her family—this is just one example of the community that evolves from the Pass to Pass experience.
We are hoarse from cheering you on, Terry-in-SLO! And no, it’s not Covid…
Any updates on Trip 5? Would really love to know how Ann and her support hiker Tammy are doing along with the rest of the group.
The Trip 5 team has not provided details on their adventures. The progress we can see on the Track the Hikers page indicates all is well as of Sunday morning.
JoAnn Hope you are having the time of your life! All is good at home, enjoy and one foot in front of the other my friend. <3