From the bloggers at Russ on the Road.
One thing I think is sometimes overlooked when talking about the adventure of RVing is that sometimes an RVing destination is a jumping off point for another kind of adventure. For example, I recently returned from a wilderness adventure into the high Sierra back country of the the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California. The area I visited was in the Hoover Wilderness just north of Yosemite National Park. This trip took me to elevations above 10,000’, 20 miles from the nearest road–an area that as a younger man I backpacked to but in recent years have gone in via “four hoofed RV”.
Going where I did–I should say “we” as I was with my girlfriend, Diane–requires overland travel by foot or hoof. There’s no other way to get there. With snow capped granite peaks, crystal clear and shimmering blue mountain lakes, and more stars than you could possibly count in 100 lifetimes the scenery is spectacular, second to none.
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