Desert Trail

The Desert Trail is roughly 1550m stretching across the inland deserts of California, Nevad, and eastern Oregon. The hot and arid Borrego, Sonora, and Mojave Deserts blanket California, while the Basin and Range topography provide dramatic skies and rugged isolation, and finally the route wends its way across the high desert sagebrush plains of eastern Oregon. While there is no shortage of views, lack of water is the biggest obstacle. This is a route for long distance hikers seeking a navigational challenge, as well as putting a complete hiker skill set to play.

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  2. Dude, this is rad. Are you going to cache water or just freeball it?