Twelve days on the trail. Leaving Stehekin, we could say with a fair amount of certainty that the worst and most dangerous part of the trail was behind us. We’d heard some warnings about the snow ahead – an area where an avalanche had washed out the trail, and the well-known wisdom that the Glacier Peaks Wilderness is generally the last to thaw out, but were pretty sure it was nothing we couldn’t handle. While our beliefs were true that the most dangerous part was behind us, the most challenging and demanding part was still ahead.
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