Blue Mountain Hike 2016 Trail Test


In preparation for this year’s hike, we did a little trail run. View details below:

– Aldeam Facey 2016

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Author: Aldeam Facey

I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Basic Medical Sciences, University of the West Indies Mona. I am currently involved in research associated with Lactate Metabolism and it's association with physical performance in our Jamaican athletes. My research also involves type 2 diabetes mellitus. I really enjoy a good game of chess and I believe it is the most amazing sport ever created. I also play badminton and I'm an amateur artist (painting and drawing). I have many other interests and often find myself attempting to be involved in each, all simultaneously, life is short isn't it? I appreciate music, from classical to acapella to reggae, great vocals really intrigues me. I'm a seventh day adventist, and I have been all my life. Feel free to discuss religious beliefs with me at anytime. That pretty much sums me up right now. Hope you enjoy reading my blogs. Contact me at 1876-858-0783 or aldeamfacey@gmail.com

4 thoughts on “Blue Mountain Hike 2016 Trail Test”

  1. How many days did it take to do the hike from Papine-Peak and back? I’m curious since you seem to have done a lot of it on foot. I feel sorta lazy for doing a lot of it by bus/van now haha, but we had luggage since we camped and were pressed for time lol

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      1. That’s commendable. My group started walking from Hagley gap to portland gap saturday, camped in tents, went to peak sunday morn, walked down to jacobs ladder then were carried from ladder into papine. I’ll get more walking in a next time (maybe)😊

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