Devils Half Acre

Here is a short video of our Troops last adventure.  We loaded up and headed to the intersection of the Historic Barlow Trail and the PCT.  From there we packed up the Pulk Sleds and hiked down to Devils Half Acre and set up camp.  Saturday Morning we woke to fresh snow and lots of it.  We strapped on the snow shoes and took a nice day hike out to Grindstone camp ground.  Sunday Morning, we again woke to new fallen snow, ate breakfast, packed and hiked back to the trail head.  Then it was off to Joes Donuts, the last trip for the year to the donut shop.
The audio on the video got a little messed up, so after the music turn it up, then turn it back down when we start hiking out on Sunday..
Hope you enjoy the video.
Have a Great Scouting Day!

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Categories: High Adventure, Just fun, Leave no trace, Winter Camping | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Devils Half Acre

  1. Mike

    Jerry, looks great! Did you leave from the Barlow Pass Sno Park? What time and how long did it take to get down to your campsite?

    • Yes, we left from the Barlow snow park, right where it intesects with the PCT. It took us a good hour to get down to the camp site, had a few challenges with the pulk sleds, but once we figured it out.. it was smooth sailing.
      It actually took us less time to hike out on Sunday.
      Great Weekend.

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