It’s amazing what nature can do! Rainbow mountain ( Montaña de Siete colores ) truly shows the magic our earth does to a constantly changing environment! Located in Peru, this location has become a famous travel destination for people around the world! The best seasons to check them out are between May and September during dry season!
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Gem Lake from a month ago 😉.
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Last summer I did this beautiful hike with my momma in one of our FAVORITE areas.. During our hike I picked up 6 bags of garbage.. Much of which were cans I dug out of fire pits.. The most common place I get to pick up someone else's inconsiderate litter is from a fire ring or a fireplace. If you're the kind of person who is burning garbage on your backpacking trip I have some advice for you - STOP IT. If you're a person who believes it's the best way to deal with trash let me offer you some statistics on black bears. Black bears can pick up and track a scent for two miles. There is no better way to invite an animal to your campsite than to burn your trash. Also, I guarantee your fire isn't anywhere near hot enough to burn the things you're tossing in there. The most common culprit would be Mountain House freeze dried food bags. Next would be aluminum foil, followed by tin cans, beer cans, and the pop tops from glass bottles. Why you'd pack glass bottles in a backpack and carry them is beyond me, but I can promise you the items you're attempting to burn aren't going to be gone completely. It turns out someone like me has to dig through that fire pit and pack it out for you. Meanwhile, you were out for just one night and were capable of doing it on your own.
Living in the US we are all used to living in a disposable society now. You throw your garbage in the can and someone comes once a week and picks it up and you never have to think about it again! You can flush things down a toilet and they're magically gone! However, when it comes to heading out into the woods people often have this same disposable mentality. Your toilet paper and small trash isn't magically gone at all - someone else has to pick up after you... and isn't going to be happy if they're the ones peeling your panty liners off a hemlock tree.