How to Climb Mt Whitney in One Day – eBook

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How to Successfully Summit Mount Whitney in One Day – eBook

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The e-book describes in full detail how to successfully day hike Mt Whitney, the highest mountain in the continental United States. I have attempted the hike twice, and completed it once, so I know what makes the difference between a successful trip and an unsuccessful one. I also spent quite a bit of time researching for this trip, so I have wealth of knowledge to share.

Mount Whitney

Mount Whitney – The tallest mountain the the Lower 48 states, climbed in one day

For those of you who don’t know, I am just an average guy and I’m not an extreme athlete, but I learned from the first year’s mistakes and successfully trained to complete the hike the second time around.

With this guide I am not trying to make you a superstar hiker, however I will tell you in complete detail the steps I followed to make the trip a success. My goal is to supply anyone with the desire to complete this hike with all the necessary information to prepare, train, and successfully summit the mountain in 1 day.

What you can expect from this guide:

  • What months to go to have the best weather and the best chance of success
  • How to navigage the permit process
  • Training and preparation tips
    • When to begin your training
    • How to know if you’re ready
    • How much training is necessary
  • What to expect in the days leading up to the trip
  • Where to stay prior to the hike (Camping vs hotel)
  • Acclimating to the elevation
  • How and what to pack for the hike
  • What to expect on The Big Day
  • Photos of the trail and the mountain

Interested in purchasing? Click here

Originally posted on Tuesday, August 11th, 2009 at 6:00 AM .

2 Responses to “How to Climb Mt Whitney in One Day – eBook”

  1. […] runner’s legs, and an endurance that was better for happy hour than an hour long hike, and I hauled it to the top of Mt Whitney, in one day… That includes the full 22 miles and 6000+ feet of elevation […]

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