See the Magic

GRAND RAPIDS, MICHIGAN

CASTLEWOOD CANYON, COLORADO

CHEYENNE MOUNTAIN, COLORADO

HORSETOOTH ROCK, COLORADO

MOUNT ELBERT, COLORADO

MIDDLE COTTONWOOD CANYON, MONTANA

HARRIMAN STATE PARK, IDAHO

COLLEGE M TRAIL, MONTANA

CHALLIS FOOTHILLS, IDAHO

STEAMBOAT ROCK, WASHINGTON

RIVERSIDE, WASHINGTON

CAPE LOOKOUT, OREGON

BEACON ROCK, WASHINGTON

UNDERHILL STATE PARK, VERMONT

SMUGGLERS NOTCH, VERMONT

PIGSAH STATE PARK, NEW HAMSPHIRE

MONADNOCK STATE PARK, NEW HAMPSHIRE

JUDGE CR MAGNEY STATE PARK, MINNESOTA

CHIPPEWA MORAINE, WISCONSIN

STRAIGHT LAKE, WISCONSIN

CASCADE RIVER, MINNESOTA

OHIOPYLE, PENNSYLVANIA

 

MCCONNEL MILLS, PENNSYLVANIA

 

COLONEL DENNING, PENNSYLVANIA

 

TABLE ROCK, SOUTH CAROLINA

2000 ft of elevation gain over 3.6 miles led us to an overlook upon slick rock.

 

WHITE TANK, ARIZONA

Great to surprise all the first-time hikers!

 

SIPHON DRAW, ARIZONA

We served 200 hikers if not more!

 

CROWDERS MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA

Perched on the summit of the Pinnacle Trail, hikers were excited for a refreshing drink.

 

ORACLE STATE PARK, GEORGIA

Shout out to the super friendly ranger named Gary! We came across a thru hiker names Sherpa Crow and all the day hikers.

 

CLOUD LAND CANYON, GEORGIA

This stand was set up at Cherokee Falls, a beautiful 60 ft. waterfall into a pool with plenty of room for people to spread out and enjoy the view.

 

CORONA ARCH, UTAH

We served more than 120 cups of lemonade to thirsty hikers on this rocky trail to Corona Arch, a 110-foot-high span of sandstone near Moab.

 

SONOMA COAST STATE PARK, CALIFORNIA

We brought our lemonade stand to Northern California’s Sonoma Coast, where trails hug the cliff-riddled shoreline and climb the hills into redwood forests. Our first stop was on the Pomo Canyon Trail, on a hilltop overlooking the Russian River. Then we set up on the Kortum Trail, between Shell Beach and Goat Rock, for a classic California sunset.

 

GOLDEN GATE CANYON STATE PARK, COLORADO

On a chilly day in the mountains, the antidote to the cold is a cup of hot chocolate. We set up our aid station near Forgotten Valley, at an elevation of 8,000 feet, and kept the stove going all afternoon. Yes, of course hot chocolate was served with marshmallows and whipped cream.