I had been wanting to hike the whole Superior Coastal Trail for a while! Last year I was able to do a section with a friend, from Agawa to Coldwater Beach and couldn't wait to come back to do the complete trail. I love the ever changing terrain, the views, and the scrambling. It might be slow going at times, but never boring!
This menu was another product of my scrapped GDT planning. I have been refining my food planning over the years, and this is another evolution in that process. I have had issues in the past taking too much food, and food that I ended up not wanting to eat on the trail. With the GDT, … Continue reading Solo La Cloche Silhouette Trip – Food
Where: Killarney Provincial Park When: June 9th - 12th, 2020 Who: Just me Type of Trip: Solo, Multi-Night, Gear Testing, Possibly Type 2 Fun (Spoiler! There was only about an hour of that) By the Numbers: Nights: 3Campsites: 46, 33, 19Kilometres Walked: ~80kmTotal Pack Weight: 23.5 lbs Base Weight: 12.8 lbs Trip Report This was … Continue reading Solo La Cloche Silhouette Trail – Trip Report
Overall, this trip left me feeling really good about my gear list. I'm really getting things dialled in! The list is heavier than I prefer, but I was getting to the point where I just wasn't seeing places I was happy to cut. I figured the best option was to head out and see which … Continue reading Solo La Cloche Silhouette Trip- Gear
Where: Frontenac Provincial Park When: March 15/16, 2020 Who: Perrin and I Type of Trip: Short Overnight, Type 1 Fun, Gear Testing By the Numbers: Nights: 1Campsite: 8Kilometres Walked: ~23km according to my phoneOne Way Hiking Time: 3 hours one wayTrail Conditions: The whole spectrum! Snow, ice, and mud. Number of people seen on the … Continue reading March 15th Frontenac Trip
Where: Frontenac Provincial Park When: December 7/8, 2019 Who: My husband, myself and our dogs Type of Trip: Short Overnight, Type 1 Fun, Gear Testing, Winter Camping By the Numbers: Nights: 1Kilometres Walked One Way: 8km according to the mapOne Way Hiking Time: 2.5 hoursApproximate inches of snow on the trail: 6"Number of people seen … Continue reading December 7 Frontenac Trip