|Beginning of the trail.|
We started on a trail Out The Road (where the road in Juneau ends) that leads to a great beach, aptly called Eagle Beach. The sign at the beginning of the trail simply read, "Primitive Trail." And, they weren't kidding. While parts of it were maintained, like the picture above, other times we were tromping through weeds that reached my waist. We ended up getting a little off-trail and walking along the beach for a period of time. We sat in the sand and took a rest after about 1.5 hours to refuel and water the dogs. Perfect!
|Lavender plants that we had to tromp through to reach the beach.|
|Snow-capped peaks in the summer.|
|Specks & I stopped for a rest on the beach.|
All in all, the hike was beautiful and I couldn't have asked for more perfect weather. We've really been having perfect summer weather the last three weeks. Temperatures in the 70's and ample sun. It has been perfect for physical activity outdoors. I will typically hike no matter the weather (sun, rain, snow, wind, etc) but this near-perfect stuff we have been getting has given me a new appreciation for Alaska Summers and the hiking season.
|We made it!|
Do you like to hike?
If so, where are your favorite places to go?
Are you enjoying your summer weather?