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JMT - July 24 - August 12, 2010
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Daniel Kopisch
(Eagle) - F

Locale: Menlo Park
JMT - July 24 - August 12, 2010 on 08/24/2010 15:05:47 MDT Print View

I'm a 15 year old Boy Scout, who walked the JMT this summer to raise funds for my Eagle Scout project. My twin brother and my father came along to support me. You can read my hike report here
JMT Hike Report (N-S, July 24th - August 12th, 2010) 
The report includes several of the over 2,000 photos we took on the trail. I'm now working on geotagging our photos and uploading more of them to the web. They should show up in the next two weeks or so -- depending on how the first weeks of school go for me.

Edited by Eagle on 08/24/2010 15:10:50 MDT.

bryan c.
(bugsdad) - F
Great site and trip report on 08/26/2010 23:54:21 MDT Print View

Hey Daniel...
I love the way you did your site and your trip report and trip sound awesome! Well done!


Travis Leanna
(T.L.) - MLife

Locale: Wisconsin
Re: Great site and trip report on 08/26/2010 23:59:08 MDT Print View

Congratulations on doing the JMT!

Great trip report and site. Both the hike and the report are things to be very proud of!

Mike M
(mtwarden) - MLife

Locale: Montana
Re: Re: Great site and trip report on 08/27/2010 08:10:50 MDT Print View

+3- great job w/ your site and great job w/ the JMT! Looks very professional and is well organized- I would be very pressed to come up w/ something half that good :)

Eugene Smith
(Eugeneius) - MLife

Locale: Nuevo Mexico
"JMT - July 24 - August 12, 2010" on 08/28/2010 17:04:46 MDT Print View

That was an amazing trip report! I cannot believe how much trout you caught up there, unbelievable. Thank you thank you for sharing. Cheers.

Daniel Kopisch
(Eagle) - F

Locale: Menlo Park
I finally uploaded the photos for our JMT hike on 09/07/2010 11:18:50 MDT Print View

I'm finally done with uploading over 500 photos. You can go to my website at
On that page you will find a table with 20 links (one for each day). Each link brings you to a page with the track of that day and geotagged photos, so you can see where they were taken.