On this Episode we provide an in depth trail report on the California Riding and Hiking Trail, extending 38 miles within Joshua Tree National Park. This historic trail traverses the most remote sections in the park, offering the densest population of Joshua Trees and iconic views of it’s surrounding wilderness. How do you cache enough water? What’s desert hiking like? Get in depth interviews from our Podcast listeners who booked this adventure trip. Hear their own their own unique experiences in backpacking Joshua Tree National Park and what they learned.
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What we talk about:
Backcountry Foodie in da house
Scott loves Becky’s Subaru X drive
Stacie does her first backpacking trip
Vera does her first multi night trip
Tom get’s bitten by a Mouse
Becky goes to bed early and doesn’t care where her tent is
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