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Submitted by Sharee
Categories: camp, trail, family, bridge
Many years ago I went on an overnight hike to Pear Lake. The way there was a bit scary since the trail takes you along the edge of this very steep cliff, so on the way back I opted for the chicken route known as the Hump Trail.
Along this section of trail I kept hearing footsteps behind me. I would turn around and see no one. They were not my steps. I could hear them even if I stopped walking. But the second I turned around it was all quiet.
I have never been so scared in my life. I'm a pretty tough guy and all but I was all alone out there with this, whatever it was. I have been back at pear lake since but I've always taken the scarier cliff-side route after this happened.|
Submitted by Joe |
Comment by anonymous: That whole area is pretty spooky. You totally lose track of space and time up there. A lone hiker could easily get lost up there and die of exposure. I have heard that Jane Fonda once got lost up there and had to be rescued with a helicopter.
I don't know if that is true but the area is very disorienting. It is also the most beautiful spot on the planet in my opinion so it's worth the hike. But be careful up there.
Categories: cliff, trail, lake, footsteps
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