It’s April in the Sierra-Nevada mountain range. The weather is great. There wasn’t much snow this year.
We decided to travel south and search up high for snow. We found a nice little range a couple hours south of Tahoe. We camped at 9,700 ft. It got to 20 degrees at night and we froze our asses off.
The next day we climbed a mountain in the warm beautiful sunshine. You can watch a short video my friend Chris put together here. I’m in the red jacket.
This was my first real backcountry trip since being injured in 2012. It was awesome to get out and get my butt kicked climbing up a mountain.
I’ve repeatedly said, even in this epic drought… there are still some good days though.