Last summer, my good friend Alex asked if I'd like to join him on his annual adventure in Montana's Glacier National Park. I immediately agreed, and happily consented to hike any trail in the park. He picked something called The Skyline Experience, an unmarked route which I later learned was one of the biggest Glacier has to offer.
I'm sure I was warned of the difficulty beforehand, but as I am wont to do, I couldn't be bothered to worry. The hike was easily the hardest thing I've done since cycling in Laos with Tara, and it was worth every agonizing minute. I've been meaning to journal about it this for ages, but now I don't have to. A few weeks ago, Alex finished editing the video he took of our excursion. Here it is!
Thank you Alex, I can't wait for next year's adventure!