There Must Have Been an Angel: The Cross-country Odyssey from Badwater, Death Valley, to the Summit of Mount Whitney
Lee Bergthold (Author)
Description...an epic 125 mile cross-country trek-280 degree direct route compass heading-that took two men from Badwater, Death Valley (282 feet below sea level) to the summit of Mt. Whitney (14,495 feet). It was October, 1989, with temperatures ranging from 110 degrees to 50 degrees below (windchill); across some of the most hostile, treacherous and desolate terrain in the land....
Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
April 18, 2012
5.25 X 0.55 X 8.0 inches | 0.61 pounds
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About the Author
Lee Bergthold has spent the past 50 years trekking across remote regions of the desert and mountain Southwest United States. He travels solo, and with hand-picked, pre-trained companions who specialize in survival techniques. The author still maintains a rigorous schedule of 80 to 100 days a year in the backcountry, roaming isolated regions where few others dare to tread: Northern Nevada to the Mexican Border; Utah to the Sierra Nevadas...all points between. Bergthold's forays range from 10 days to 35 days, specifically when exploring Donner Party migration routes. Bergthold is authoring three other books: To Walk Away From Battle Mountain; The Night of the Triangle; and The Hastings Cutoff. Bergthold is a former Marine (Korean War) and is professor of Photography/Photojournalism at Antelope Valley College, where he also conducts survival seminars.