This e-guide bundle gives you a more than 20% discount on two Yosemite e-guides, a combined $35.90 value:
“The Best Backpacking Trip in Yosemite” describes a 74-mile hike south of Tuolumne Meadows that hits must-see highlights including two of the park’s best summits, Clouds Rest (photo above) and Half Dome; thunderous, 594-foot-tall Nevada Fall; the mind-boggling landscapes of Tuolumne, Vogelsang, and Tenaya Lake; and remote, 11,500-foot Red Peak Pass—the highest pass reached by a trail in Yosemite.
“The Best Remote and Uncrowded Backpacking Trip in Yosemite” lays out a plan for a nearly 87-mile hike through the biggest, loneliest chunk of wilderness on the Yosemite map: the vast realm north of Tuolumne Meadows, where 12,000-foot peaks tower above canyons strewn with rock gardens. You’ll cross three 10,000-foot passes, explore the incomparable Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne River, and tag the summit often described as having “the best 360 in Yosemite.”
Both e-guides include multiple alternate itinerary options in the same areas, most of them shorter.
Watch the two videos below and read my full stories about these trips, “Best of Yosemite: Backpacking South of Tuolumne Meadows” and “Best of Yosemite: Backpacking Remote Northern Yosemite” (which are premium content, requiring a subscription). Or see photos from both trips in my story “Backpacking 150 Miles Through Wildest Yosemite” (which is free for anyone to read).
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Few wilderness backpacking trips in the country measure up, step for step, to a multi-day trek along the incomparable Teton Crest Trail in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park. Variously 35 to 39 miles, depending on the route you hike, the TCT delivers a consummate backpacking experience.
With vertiginous cliffs and peaks, numerous waterfalls and cascades, crack-riddled glaciers plastering mountainsides, and raw wilderness where a range of wildlife long gone from most of the continent thrives in shocking abundance, Glacier National Park embodies the highest aspirations of backpackers.
I felt dubious when a backcountry ranger who’s hiked every mile of trail in the Grand Canyon told me this is the park’s best backpacking trip. After all, there isn’t a mediocre hike in the canyon. Then I backpacked this route and found out he was right.