Hiking Mt. Humphrey’s with Near Frozen Feet

By: Izabella Rhomberg

We started our hike a slightly humid, but crisp day. This was the day of my amazing but scary adventure, and it started just like any other. It began with the sun creeping over the tallest mountain in Arizona, Mt Humphreys (12,613 ft.).  I didn’t know it, and I didn’t even sense it but, the day ahead of me would be a story I would be telling for a very long time. The trails ahead of me would become wet, frigid and scary, and yet oddly satisfying. I would soon  be climbing up and back down with a painful thumb and frozen feet. Of course, on some parts of the rocky trail, I would be towed like a toy sled by Jager, my very loyal and powerful Rhodesian Ridgeback.  He was just as excited to hike the trail as I was, so I held on for a while.

Our small group of four (which included Jäger) went through a large meadow at the edge of Snowbowl ski area.   There was a sign at the edge of the meadow that had our  trail info.  Five miles to the peak, and three thousand feet of elevation gain.  That means theres alot of switchbacks.  Now I could smell the sweet smell of pine trees. We  stopped quickly for a picture, “Smile”, Click, Snap went the camera. Further up the trail we were about to pass a small group of people, who were sitting on a log, munching on some trail mix. I clenched Jäger’s leash tightly, for I knew how he greets people (with a couple of kisses and a sniff sometimes where it probably shouldn’t be) and I didn’t want that to happen.  As we sped up, to rush  Jager past the people, I put my hand down a rock to  balance myself on the next large rock step.

lower trailI guess I must have kept it there a second to long, because Jäger continued to pull upward, and my hand caught on the rock and caused thumb’s nail to flip halfway back and off, tearing it from the skin under my nail. It also scraped my knuckle a bit. Under my nail had nearly turned black, it was purple. I clenched my hand and started to cry a bit because of the pain. We stopped at the log  and wrapped my Grand Canyon bandana around my wrist and hand to block the pain, but not enough to completely cut off circulation. After that our small group got back on the trail, we had some time to make up.  The faster I hiked the more my thumb throbbed.  I wanted to see the summit and a sore thumb was not really a reason to turn back.

As we continued hiking, switchback after switchback, the wind picked up.  The rocky trail got more and more exhausting. Then, finally our group saw the saddle between Mt. Humphreys and Agasiz. Soon we made it to the saddle for a rest and a quick snack. Everyone else was stopping and resting in the sunny saddle and eating too. We had a quick break and started our way to the summit!!!  As we left the saddle, we felt, and saw the clouds blowing up toward the peak.  We knew we had to hurry, even though it was only a little after 10:00 a.m.  Now we were above tree line and more exposed to the weather. It was an extremely rocky outcropping, that you could see both sides of the mountain from.  It felt pretty cool to be so high.

We passed so many people, which was not so easy on the narrow and rocky trail.  Just when you think you are near the end, the real summit appears!  It looked so far away at first, then it disappeared in clouds. We kept hiking, thinking it was just around the next corner.  Then, we arrived, it was hard to tell we were there at first, since the clouds were now all around us.The clouds were so thick that you could only see about 100 ft  around you. The weather was getting bad it, was cold and foggy. My iza humphreys mom and I had dealt with weather like this before on Mt. Washington in New Hampshire, back in June. After 30 very long minutes we were finally at 12,633 ft in elevation, the summit!!!!!! Everybody (except for Jäger) signed the little log, took a few pictures, and  (since the clouds were rolling in even more) left for our very long descent down the mountain.

The weather was getting  even worse, it seemed like Mt. Washington but not as cold, and it mysteriously wasn’t raining. We were still on the outcropping when I saw a huge flash of bright light. I knew exactly what it was, it was lightning!!! I crouched down in shock, I waited 1…2…”BANG!” it was a huge crackle of thunder. Luckily when I froze everyone else did, too from complete shock (I think) . Everyone even me, had a shock wave of fear go through their bodies because every single person and pet took off at a faster pace than before. We heard a few more really loud crackles of thunder, which were especially louder to anybody above tree line, for we were in the clouds, so everything was closer.

Once we had gotten to the saddle it felt like rain, no stops in the saddle this time! Our group, along with every other group ran right into the tree line.  Then, what I saw was crazy, people were still going up, they didn’t even have the proper gear! I looked on the side of the trail next to me and saw hail!  “Hail!” I exclaimed and went faster but not too fast or I would slip. The hail hurt a lot when it landed on my head or my hands. Before we knew it we all were standing and walking in one and a half inch deep hail, that was even extremely wet and soggy. My mom , Jäger and I all stopped and huddled together like a bunch of penguins underneath a thick tree. We were going to wait out the hailstorm, because hailstorms are often very short and don’t last long. And sure enough, the cloud was so extraordinarily large that it lasted at least one and a half hours. After about five minutes or so it was actually getting worse! Both of us knew we had to keep going. I felt so bad for Jäger for he had no protection or anything, all he had was a short fur coat. Again, before we knew it, we were wading and slipping in about two inch deep hail. But still, people were still hiking up!!! I said to myself multiple times, “That’s crazy they must be really crazy.” My shoes weren’t waterproof and they didn’t keep enough heat in. I tried to stay on the upper side of the trail, the hail had partly turned to slush so I kept sliding no matter how hard I tried. The lower side of the trail was a tiny river and the icy hail floating in it. Unfortunately I kept slipping into it. making my feet even colder, considering the fact that there was already hail coming in around my ankles into my shoes! I soon lost all feeling in my feet, they were cold an numb with some pain at times.

I had put my rain coat on back up on the saddle, but it was only  one of my three life savers I had that day, which included a plastic poncho and a pair of rain pants. When I looked at the ground again I saw how the hail’s depth was about three inches!,   My toes felt frozen solid for every step I took was strange, and I was glad I didn’t trip on the tree roots I saw on the way up.  My mom held my arm tight and walked next to me for balance and also to keep me moving at a fast pace.  We were trying to get to the warmer lower elevation as quick  as we could.  We let Jäger off the leash and I got a ride on my Mom’s back, I was crying for my feet hurt so extremely bad. We came around a bend and what I saw was the cutest and sweetest thing. Jäger was standing in a four inch deep, muddy, puddle with hail floating in it he was shivering, but no matter how cold he was it didn’t matter but he was waiting just for me. Jäger ran up ahead again and we all continued our moaning and groaning especially me. Our only worries were either Jäger or I would get hypothermia. At some moments it felt like every minute was a hour and every second seems like a minute.

Finally, (after the bad weather) we caught sight of the meadow, I even caught a glimpse of the Landy!!!  When we arrived at the meadow, we all felt relieved.  It was strange, I was scared for the past two hours, but then I suddenly wanted to laugh, we all did.  We just started joking around, and wondered what the rest of our group was up to at the campsite.   We all looked back at what nearly was a total disaster for Jäger, and I saw a mountain that looked like it was covered in  snow, but what it really was, was deep hail and there even was another big, dark cloud on its way.  We quickly removed our wet packs and coat and hopped into the Land Rover and turned on the heat full blast, and just sat there for awhile before leaving.   We dried off Jäger before we left the parking lot. Each of us ended our adventure with a bagel in one hand and hot chocolate in the other hand (except Jäger who has no hands and slept nder a blanket the rest of the day).   I was extremely lucky to escape without hypothermia. So that was my amazing, but scary experience on Mt. Humphreys.

I will always, for the rest of my life remember the day

The End

Monument Valley Backcountry By: Izabella, Grace & Sydney

This is the first blog post we have all written together.  So, each Diva is writing in a different color.  Grace is in Blue, Izabella is in Orange, and Sydney is in Pink. What we write together is in Green.
Trip Data
Date: Aug. 27-19, 2010 3days Friday,Saturday,and Sunday
Location: Monument Valley, AZ/UT
Divas: Grace, Sydney, and Izabella
Diva Dogs: Jäger
Vehicles: 2 Dormobiles, 1 LR3, 4 Discos, and 1 Range Rover
Weather: Windy, Just Right, Cloudy, Warm, 72 º F
Activities: Uno, 4wd, playing in the hogans, running with the horses, playing with the dogs, running on the sand dunes.
Meals: Marsh-mellows, Izabella and Sydney:  Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo, Enchilada casserole.  All were in the dutch oven.  Grace:  Chili Mac, and Tacos
Animals Spotted/Animal Tracks:  Horses, Beetles, Lizards, Dogs

 

A Little History on The Navajo

 

The Navajo Nation is the biggest reservation in the United States.  It is 16,000,000 acres and mostly in Arizona.
The Navajo People call themselves “Dine” (Di-nay), which means “The People”.  The Navajo came to the southwest around 1400 AD.  They may have originally came across the land bridge that used to exist between Russia and Alaska, around 1200 BC.  When they reached the southwest the Anasazi  or Pueblo people taught them to farm corn and beans.  Spanish settlers later brought sheep (around the 1600’s).  They got wool from the sheep to make clothing, blankets and rugs.  They also used the meat from the lamb and mutton.  They used all the products from the sheep to trade for other goods.  Today they still harvest corn and beans, and raise sheep.  At the Cameron Trading Post you can see a woman making a very large rug on a loom.  We talked to the lady, she said it takes one year to make one large rug.



Our Wonderful Guides

 

 

These are our guides.  They were awesome!  We could not have asked for more. Valerie Dee grew up in Monument Valley and she arranged for us to stay at her family’s place in Monument Valley at the Hub.  Her Mom and Dad were our guides around the valley.

Day 1
The trip was at least 9 hours from Tucson, AZ to Monument Valley. As we were driving, the desert started to change.  It started by getting sandier, rockier(sandstone), then the color of our surroundings became a deep red rust color.  There was lots and lots of red sand on the ground.  There were a few trees and bushes scattered about, and finally we saw our first Monument it was sooooo pretty!!!!

From a distance the buttes and monuments looked purple but as we got closer they turned out to be red, orange, brown, and rust!  When we first got there we were still on the main loop when we stopped to get some awesome pictures of the divas at the 2 mittens!  Like always if Jäger is in a picture it is mighty adorable!

The Three Sisters – This is on the way to the campsite.
The Campsite was at the Hub.
We had two female hogans, one male hogan, and a sweatlodge and spectacular views on all side! 

When we first got to the campground we saw 3 Hogans 2 large ones and 1 medium and a tiny one!!!  We were all going to sleep in the largest one, the one in the middle, but we were all to tired, so we decided to sleep with our parents instead.

This is our group from the AZLRO

Hogans are made of wood, bark and mud.  The hogan has log wood walls and a dome ceiling.  They cover the wood with mud.  It makes the Hogan look round.  The hogans have dirt floors, and only one room.  The door to the Hogan face east, so they can get sun in the morning, and help them wake up.  There is a woman’s hogan and a man’s hogan.  The woman’s Hogan is bigger and more decorated then the man’s hogan.

Female Hogan


Male Hogan

 

Sweatlodge or Dog Hogan?

Here we are playing at the campsite!
Three Divas on the Dormobile at camp


Izabella and Sydney’s Pop-up camper at camp
Sydney and Grace went to bed earlier than I did so they did not get a chance to see the moon come out. I had to stay up late so that I could work on my moon journal, how cool is that?!!!  The moon looked as if it was going to be huge from the size of it’s glare, but it was just normal size.  We had marshmallows but no skewers so I took a fork and knife and put them together with a hair tie.  I broke off the two middle spikes,too.  The marshmallows were delicious!!!! Then I had finished up about 4-5 marshmallows.   It was time for bed!!!

 

 

A  Little Geology

 

Monument Valley used to be a 100 foot piece of sandstone.  Most of the sandstone has eroded away but some still stands, and is beautiful.
An arch is formed in four steps:
1. It starts as a sandstone block.
2. Then some of  the stone erodes away from rain.
3. The wind blows the rock.
4. The wind breaks the rock and you have a arch.
Monument Valley is great for this because there is a lot of wind.

 

Day 2 

In the morning we saw the free roaming horses. They were so close that they could hear us whistle. When we whistled they perked up their heads.

After we saw the horses, the rover divas went to the middle Hogan and played UNO for a little while. Then all of a sudden in the middle of our game my mom called me out to  see the horses, again. They were so close to our campsite.  I almost got to pet the foal, but didn’t since he  was too mouthy like Jäger. The mother was a dark brown with a black mane and tail; the father(stallion)was white with a white mane and tail.  His mane and tail were actually  orange because of the red dirt in monument valley. The foal was a red roan (a red/orange color)with a orange mane and tail. They were the perfect family!!!!! We finished up our UNO game quickly and then we set off with the group to go on a 4wd trip to see more of Monument Valley.

On day 2 we bought from inside the hogan.  Valerie’s Family sells to tourists they have made.


Hogan Repair Shop in the morning of Day 2


Then we drove around one of the buttes and saw a flowing river, approximately a foot deep, and muddy.  It was so muddy that our leader got stuck so we had to go a different way.



We drove some more to a rock with a large window called “Ear of the Wind”.

Ear of the Wind Arch

I tried to make a sand angel, but I just got dirty!!

Sand dunes are steep, but lots of fun to run down!

 

This is the Big Hogan!

 

Aren’t we cute!!
Day 3
Mystery Valley
Two Divas at the Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park sign

 

We stopped at a ruin in Mystery Valley, and my dad and I climbed up the steep, steep rock hill.  On top was 3 pools of water.  The water was from rain and was very clean.  I touched the water and it was too cold to swim.  Maybe it could be used to take a bath in the summer.  We did not stay on top too long, it was way too windy.  I felt like I would blow away!

 

Anasazi Ruins in Mystery Valley
Checking out shards of pottery and we found some old corn cobs.
Bighorn Petroglyph
Divas in arch
This is in the arch and there are two circular rooms.  Probably for storage in the old’n days.  There was a bunch of packrat evidence.
Girls with Pictographs
Free roaming horses galloping through the canyon.  Awesome!!
On the way home we had fun playing Uno in the car.
Sydney cleaning up the red dirt!

 


Camping by the Gila River by: Izabella

 

 

April 2010
TRIP INFORMATION

Vehicle: 3 (2 Discos and 1 Dormobile) and 1 pop-up camper
Divas: Izabella, Sydney, Samantha and Grace
Diva Dogs: Jäger, Fossy, Rascal and Kiwi
Location: Gila River, Arizona  (north of Winkelman)
GPS/Map:

In April, three Rover families got together to explore an area near the Gila River.  The Gila River starts in New Mexico and winds through Arizona and ends in at the California border at the Colorado River.  It is 649 miles long.  This was the Rover Diva’s first camping trip together.  It was so much fun to 4WD and camp with other girls my age, which is nine.  We all communicated on our pink Diva radios.  It kind of drove our parents a little nuts with all the noise, especially when we were going over a rough spot.  On the way in the scenery was amazing, we saw orange poppies, and blue and yellow wildflowers.  It was so green and lush.  We saw one mountain that had bands like on a map.

We drove through a couple of washes, down some steep hills, over some ruts and even almost slid sideways one time.  When we finally came to a stop, we were at the banks of the Gila River.  It looked like a perfect campsite, but not a very safe spot for kids and dogs.  Our parents decided to set up further away from the river on a more flat and open area, so we could play.
While our parents set up camp we played card games and made a fort under a mesquite tree.  The day got very hot so we went to the river to play.  When we got to the river, Samantha’s Westie, Rascal, jumped into the fast flowing water.  Then Samantha’s other dog Fossy jumped in.  They both started floating down the stream.  Chuck, (Samantha’s dad)  went in after the two dogs.  Then her third dog, Kiwi jumped in after Chuck.  Chuck was able to rescue them all.  It looked like a dog train in the water.    Chuck then used webbing and tow straps to tie them up, and keep them safe.  The water was muddy, cold and fast moving, so we could only go in up to our knees.  In some areas it also dropped off quickly.  It was ok, we just made mud pies and played games, and ran around the little beach.  We found lots of small clam like shells, which I brought home to paint.

After playing in the water, we dried off and went to play in the fort, until… the dogs came and wrecked part of it.  We were mad at the time, but it was actually funny.  Then we went to my pop up to play until dinner was ready.  The campsite had a lot of soft dirt on the ground and it was pretty dusty, so Grace and I sat on my Disco roof to eat our dinners.  All the families made there own dinners, but we all had the same desert; SMORES!!.  After dark, we saw  many bright stars. The sky was amazing.  Grace pointed out a few constellations to Samantha and  I.  She knows a lot about astronomy.  The adults sat around the campfire and talked while we played more card games until bed time.
The next day we went for a long walk to find a safer swimming spot.  We never found one, so we went back to the original spot.  It was really hot again that day.  My mom said it had to be in the nineties, one of the first hot days this spring.  We waited til later in the day to drive out because it would be cooler then.  The dormobile doesn’t have air conditioning, and its gets very hot in there.  Along the way, we stopped to explore a rocky area, and take some pictures.  There was lots of limestone with fossils.  My dad found a large centipede under one rock and a scorpion under another.  The adults decided it was a good idea to keep moving, and to get back on the paved road by sunset.  We ended the trip at a very good Mexican restaurant, La Casita, in Mammoth.  I am pretty sure we will stopping there again on the next trip to the area.

New Years in Death Valley by Grace

Over New Years 2010 my family and I went to Death Valley.
Death Valley got its name when people when through it during the 1849 gold rush.  They were not ready for the massive heat and died.
We met up with 6 other Land Rover Owners and one Volvo thing in Saline Valley for the trip.
 This was our campsite the first night. I was so excited that there was another girl, her name is Rachel.  Rachel was 5 years old.
At the first campsite there were hot springs. Ahh!
Rachel and I at the Salt Flats.
Rachel and I overlooking the salt flats.
Lippencott Pass to get here was really rough and bumpy. But this view was worth it.
 The Racetrack!!!  
It is called the racetrack because rocks look like they move/race across the dry lake bed.  What is really happening is when it rains it gets all muddy, and then the wind blows, and the rocks move.  They make ditches by sliding across the mud.  Very interesting!
 
Teakettle Junction
Just one of those weird things that happens in the desert!  But fun to look at.
Rachel and I playing on my DS in the Dormobile, because there was snow on the ground and it was freezing outside.
Ubehebe!!! (yew-beh-HEE-bee)
Ubehebe is a crater in Death Valley it is where one tribe believes humans came out from the earth.
Ubehebe became my Dad’s new favorite word, and he calls himself “Mr. Ubehebe”  We all enjoyed saying it over and over.  Even now we find ourselves saying it and laughing.
Here we split up from the rest of the group.  They headed north and we headed south through the park.
This is my favorite picture from the whole trip!
This is where we camped the 3rd night.  It is Mesquite Springs Campground.
Pretty picture of the Dormobile.

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New Years Eve!!!
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I got a Junior Ranger Badge.  I am a Junior Ranger in Death Valley.
 
Devils Golf Course is a real devil.  I would lose my ball for sure.
Badwater Basin!!!
Badwater Basin is the lowest point in the Western Hemisphere.
It is 282 feet below sea level, and we didn’t even get wet!
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Memorial Day Weekend on Mt. Graham. The Rover Divas visit The Large Binocular Telescope (LBT) by Grace

 
 My Dad works at the LBT. We planed a trip so more people could be as amazed as us by the telescope.
This is our camp site at Treasure Park.  We had a lot of fun here.
There were 7 Land Rovers and we had our Chevy Pickup.  We don’t like to drive the Dormobile during the summer, since it does not have air conditioning.  Besides me there were 4 girls and 3 boys.
My Dad and Jon Christianson both had telescopes. We looked through them at night.  During the day Jon put a white cover on his.  We thought it looked like a ghost, and thought about putting eyes on it. 🙂
 
The Girls built a fort. It was awesome!
The adults sat around the campfire(booooooring), while we had FUN!
Their was still snow on the ground, so we had a snowball fight!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I love visiting the LBT!!!!!
The girls couldn’t find a seat at once, so we sat on each other. Poor Aslyin the littlest on the bottom.
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