I do my most remote and challenging stuff solo. I dropped the 950 on my leg last weekend and got out. Now I know the 950 sucks on long rocky descents. Lol. I had a long week so I'm getting a slow start today but just yesterday I discovered a lost horse trail. I'll hit it solo on the Rokon and see where it goes. The adrenalin is so much higher when solo because of the risk. That makes your ability, guts and focus take you to the most amazing places. When solo I don't get tired and I don't quit because I don't think of it. You can fix stuff, eat stuff and push you body 4 times better when your adrenalin is your only buddy.
New River, Arizona
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