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Teddy Roosevelt once said he dreamed of people “who take the next step instead of worrying about the next thousand steps.” This quote from the one of the greatest advocates of U.S. public lands rang in my ears as my best friend, Nellie Hill, and I began our backpacking adventure on Wyoming’s famed Teton Crest Trail. After nearly a year of planning, we took the next step on Saturday, August 8. Four days, three nights, 38 miles, 8,795 feet of ascending, and 8,386 feet of descending the Teton backcountry later, we reached the end of the trail. It was an experience we cherish and will always carry with us.