click photo to see full image
"It's safe to say that Garibaldi Provincial Park might not exist if it wasn't for Mount Price. It's an old volcano that created a lava dam that holds in the water for Garibaldi Lake itself. It's seldom visited but offers some spectacular views over this park.
I'd been up it before but had always wanted to spend the night up there.
So, before all the snow melted taking away the only water source nearby, I hiked up there with two friends. Turns out I did very little actual camping.
I was up so late shooting stars and then up again really early for sunrise that I actually only slept for maybe 90 minutes, but it was definitely worth it."
The trails embedded within Uinta have several options for hiking with plenty of terrain to rest for the day or night.
A little bit of research went a long way in helping secure this campspot at a rock climbers paradise in the Alabama Hills.
Jason and his wife had to do some long distance hiking in cold windy conditions to get to this lunar-esque landscape on the Laugavegur Trail.