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Packing a bag and going on a solo trip only sounds intimidating. The truth is you’re surrounded with like-minded folks. Yair Ben-Dor has more.

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The water moved as it had for millennia, flowing over clear riffles into pools ranging from light blue to nearly indigo depending on the depth as we kept an eye out for rising trout.

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A Colorado woman has died in a 900-foot fall while scaling a dangerous mountain peak near Aspen. The Pitkin County Sheriff’s office said the woman was hiking solo on Capitol Peak when a witness saw her fall into an area known as Pierre Lakes Basin on Saturday morning. A rock handhold the victim had been using reportedly gave way. Officials say the mountain is one of Colorado’s most difficult to climb. On Sunday, a distressed climber was rescued by helicopter from Capitol Peak after making a phone call requesting assistance. The man was off route, dehydrated, and not properly equipped.

Sawtooth Lake is a found after a four-mile hike into the Pioneer Mountains of southwestern Montana. Brett French/Billings Gazette

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