Over the summer, a group of multimedia artists spent a few weeks hiking the John Muir Trail, documenting every step of the way. Eventually, they plan to launch an online exhibition on the Trail, with plenty of GPS info, pictures, trail-musings and videos, but for now they’ve posted the first take on their video.
If this first clip is any indication, they’re going to have something really amazing on their hands when they’re done.
Almost There – The Muir Project from The Muir Project on Vimeo.
OK … so who’s up for the JMT next year?
Tags: almost there, Hiking, John Muir Trail, mount whitney, the muir project, Video, Yosemite National Park
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September 23, 2011