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Skip Schweiss and Chip Roame lead risky, if risk-managed, hike of RIA types on famously perilous trail -- with danger striking right on schedule

Wild boar, spinner dolphins and Portuguese men o' war looked on as we essayed Hawaii's Kalalau Trail, finding out firsthand why it's called the 10th-most dangerous hike in America

Author Guest Columnist Skip Schweiss July 21, 2017 at 6:21 PM
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Scott MacKillop: Much of successfully completing these long hikes is mental rather than about pure physical strength.

Javier DooMe

Javier DooMe

July 24, 2017 — 8:51 PM
Good to see Skip out there in the wild!
Shane Rose

Shane Rose

July 28, 2017 — 1:18 AM
Skip, it's great to see you've continued your traditions. It wasn't that long ago, OK, it was actually, that you wrestled many of us "rookies" up a colorado 14er, teaching us all about coming prepared, sharing in abundance, and making it home alive. Great story sir.

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