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by Gillian Larson | posted: June 29, 2018
Takoda keeps his balance on a steep slope

This was my last section in the San Juan mountains before I would arrive at Lobo Overlook in the Wolf Creek Pass area. It was a really gorgeous day. In the morning, the trail did a lot of climbing, which resulted in some amazing views.

Definitely this was my favorite stretch of the San Juans.

Then in the afternoon, I was focused on trying to get to Lobo overlook in good time, as I always get a little anxious (especially after Tuna Can got towed in New Mexico) when I am supposed to arrive at a rig had has been left behind at a trailhead.

But along the way I met some nice hikers and chatted with them about the trail. I also had to negotiate some downfalls along the way and still managed to get to the trailhead by 6pm where I was very glad to see camper and Bombshelter waiting for me.

I set up portable corral for the horses in the same place where my mother and I built it on June 9th and camped there for the night.


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