Mount St. Helens is a party wave to say the least. Jamie Vincent and Amanda Hankison, two of the ripping females, continue north with Danny and Nick. Also connecting with a couple more friends to experience the iconic worm flows of Mt. St Helens.
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The team is back together, for now. Danny, Nick and Tailer connected with a few friends to do an up and over on Mt. Hood. After riding a rad line, and bonding with homies over some cold snacks, the three of them found a spot in the Mount Hood rainforest to set up camp and agreed a rest day was deserved. A mandatory doctor's visit, for Tailer, is followed by a tough decision whether to continue or not.
Amanda, Nick, Jaime, and Danny make their way to Rainier National Park. Finding a mostly comfortable campsite outside of the park to prepare for their biggest climb yet. Venturing onto glaciated terrain, new skills, tools and mindsets are brought into the picture. The first windy summit greets the group making for a variable and exciting ride down.