Mile.. Mile & A Half – The Muir Project

The John Muir trail is a 211 mile trail that follows 160 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail. Most think there are so many passes along the trail and find that be a discouraging factor but there are only 3 passes spread far apart from each other so that only leaves being gone for about 3 weeks as an excuse. More time equals more enjoyment then just zipping through it’s the sides trip up Whitney from the backside and so many other lakes, trails, peaks and passes to see along the trail. Most start the trail in Yosemite Valley and it just passed Mt Whitney. The documentary film was created last year during the highest snowpack in the decade melting away so it will display how the mountains weep those heavy tears.

The suspense is certainly building for this film for me, enjoy!!

MILE…MILE & A HALF (trailer) from The Muir Project on Vimeo.

Here’s one of their older trailers
JMT Project

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9 Responses to “Mile.. Mile & A Half – The Muir Project”

  1. truels Says:

    20 or 30 years ago I would have put this on my wish list – but I know I couldn’t do it today. But it must be a great, great experience – and i LOVE to see photos or film about this hike!

    • Ric Serena Says:

      Truels,

      I hope you have the opportunity to see this film. I really believe it does the trail and the experience justice. We had fun and it translates on screen.

      Ric Serena, The Muir Project

  2. Steve Sieren Says:

    Thank you Truels! I hope to get to do the whole trail before I”m saying the same thing.

  3. Glenn Mills Says:

    Thanks for sharing. Wish I could do this.

  4. David Leland Hyde Says:

    Looks like they did a nice job of loving the wilderness and capturing the spirit of Muir. Nice post.

  5. Ric Serena Says:

    Steve,

    Thank you so much for sharing this. We’re moving along steadily with the film.

    All the best,

    Ric Serena, The Muir Project

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