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On July 21, Sperry Chalet was still a beautiful refuge for those who made the trek into the wilderness. Courtesty of Bret Bouda hide caption

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When The Wild Gets Crowded: Appalachian Trail's Celebrity Climbs

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The team with SAR Dogs Nepal performs many search operations in the Himalayas. Last year they rescued five foreign trekkers and about 200 Nepalis. Courtesy of SAR Dogs Nepal hide caption

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Hank Magnuski (left) feeds hikers at his pop-up Sonora Pass Cafe. Some of his diners also took the opportunity to use his wi-fi. Lisa Morehouse hide caption

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A Pop-Up Cafe Caters To Hikers Along The Pacific Crest Trail

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