Manning Park, BC

November 18th. 5:30 pm.  We make it to the border.

Thank You Everyone for your support of this epic and amazing journey.

About Natalie

Natalie Fisher is a dancer, teacher, silk aerialist, and choreographer. She is inspired by the wilderness. Her work involves finding the seam where her worlds of dance, aerials and the wilderness meet.

7 thoughts on “Manning Park, BC

  1. Congratulations, Natalie! Fantastic job.
    I admit I was among those who were concerned in September that you had a long long way to go, but you have truly impressed me with your fortitude and will. Seems like you came into your own and took the fall and winter weather by storm (so to speak).
    Best luck in future endeavors,

    Jon Hobbs and the gang here at “Poe”tential Farm in Poe Valley, Oregon

  2. We met you at the hippy vortex couch in California with Terry as your trail angel. I have loved your trek and followed you along. Sooooooo excited you finished the end of your mind blowing journey. Please keep posting about your follow up feelings. Sleeping in a bed for more than one night…feels good or oddly strange?
    Hug to you and your sister and Dad.
    XO
    Michelle and Spi

  3. CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you for posting along the way. I must admit that there were times when I seriously had my doubts…but you did it!! Once again, CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!

  4. A huge congratulation! I am really impressed. November 18! That must be the latest thru hike completion date ever. I would love to read more about your last few weeks. How deep was the snow? How cold did it get? What was it like to hike in snow? What was the visibility? I think an article about your last few weeks would be of interest to outdoor magazines. Are you thinking of submitting it?

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