Wrangell St Elias National Park Canoe Trip Days 5 and 6

You know, I don’t seem to have any photos from our campsite on day 5, it was actually one of our most memorable, as we slept in this amazing field. The floor was moss covered and made for an exceptionally soft bed and there were small herbs everywhere that I can only describe as natural sage. It was amazing, and I probably smelled like sage the rest of the trip.

Day 6 campsite

Day 6’s campsite was interesting. I’m still not sure why we decided to stop here. We were all pretty exhausted by this point. It was turning out to be more arduous then we thought.

Mud

We left out mark though. We discovered that if you stood in one place long enough and stomped the mud a little, it slowly started to suck you in.

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