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"We started hiking at sunset into the night with headlamps to guide our way while my friend navigated us with his GPS as this is a trail-less hike. Throughout the journey we took a couple wrong turns meeting deep canyons that made us backtrack, but we finally go to our destination around midnight while the moon lit up the canyon.
We pitched our tent and woke up to the most amazing sunrise in the most beautiful and secluded place.
The 18+ miles roundtrip was hard, but so worth it for one of the most indescribable experiences and journeys I've ever taken."
Tent - The North Face
Camera - Canon T3i
Lens - Canon 24mm EF-S
Overlanding is one of the more badass ways to find a campspot in the Westfjords of Iceland.
A campspot nearly in the “shadows” of Mt. Lassen is the ideal resting point on a cold, full moon-lit night.
Just a hundred feet from the ocean and surrounded by the unseemingly dense rainforest of Alaska, this is a campspot you’d not soon forget.