My running partner Kim and I made plans to hike to Barr Camp. Since this was my first time up to Barr Camp, I found it to be an interesting hike.
Kim and I planed to meet at 7am. We ended up parking together and gearing up at the cars. Very glad I decided to bring my layers.
As you can see it is sunny my Jeep said it was 40 degrees out. We started out to Barr Camp via the Incline.
It was a little crowded today even at 7am, but we made our way up. Today I got to the top in 59 minutes. Kimmy was not to far behind me. I ran into an old coworker and he took a picture for us, to document our journey.
On the way to Barr Camp after going the extended route. Four miles to go, sounds easy right? Pfh, did I mention that you gain another 1,800 feet in elevation?
Almost there! Why am I doing squats? I only have another 1.5 miles to go till we get to Barr Camp.
At last! Barr Camp covers 2 acres and has a small house that has snacks and drinks for purchase. After Kim and I had a snickers bar some water and a trip to the Loo, we headed back down.
I decided that I wanted to climb on top of this rock and pose. I must say that this picture rocks!
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