The crew cleared thirteen and a half miles of wilderness trail in the Pecos Wilderness. This hitch had an immense amount of hiking and elevation change, along with some technically challenging cross cutting. One doubletopped ponderosa across the trail was so big, it made a compact car seem well... compact. Lorraine Cuevas, a wilderness ranger from Espanola joined us to log out this trail. With her she brought great experience and an upbeat personality. Most of this hitch was at a very high elevation which made crosscutting a cardiovascular challenge.