Hit a hike.
Did some nice pondering today (pondered tf out of that reservoir). It was nice day to get out and hike some local trails. Black Rock Forest is a awesome spot to hike and one of my favorites. There’s so many trails and things to see it’s easy to loose track of time and rack up miles.
It was so quiet and peaceful on the trail a great way to cool down after a intense workout. Lex and I managed to get a lift in before the hike. We ventured to the summit of black rock, which was about 5 miles from where we parked. Overall great hike and 100% worth it even with the occasional gnat in the eye.👍🏻
Had a great Monday but I’m ready for the weekend. It’s time to buckle down and crush another week at the gym so stay tuned✌🏻.
Photo creds: @lexiraefit
The best views are the ones we often pass up or overlook. I hiked this trail in black rock when I was in 4th grade and just recently did it again. So awesome to go back to a place I remembered so clearly but forgot about. Get out there and hike!🌲⛰
Always hanging off stuff for some reason....good thing this bridge didn’t break lol . Shoutout to whoever built this bridge, it may have swayed but it didn’t fall. One day I’m gonna take this thing down , sorry black rock I’ll build ya another.
So this was the result of a 12km trek I went on a few months ago in Pai, Thailand. The walk up was amazing but tough, crossing the river around 45 times to continue the climb. But once I got to the top it was worth it. At the bottom of the waterfall bit if you climbed a little more there was a natural pool you could lie in next to where the water came down. I still have remnants from the blisters on my feet from that day. Wrong socks for a 24k walk!
King of waterfalls
I had no difficulty in wake up early in the morning as it was told to me about those three beautiful waterfalls. An early morning hike was set with given directions to follow the trail going away from the village where I stayed last night.
Soon I was accompanied by water stream which I can just hear flowing down the hill. First waterfall, a small one, just a subsidiary to the mainstream. Crossed it by using a small bridge made up of wood and stone.
Now the trail was getting steep. Next was there, in the corner of turn. I reached to one big stone in the middle of the stream where I can only hear water falling when I close my eyes sitting there. I stayed there for a while and moved on for next one.
At first, I heard it but what I could see, a pile of woods and big Stones collected by landslides. A big stone on both the edges at the top was crown to this king torrent. Wild monkeys playing at the top like a child plays at home. Cold water dives, the wind blows away water from falling current and shower to surrounding area.
I spent quite of time there, taking pictures, eating and stacking stones. Best part was no one around except nature.