TZJC planned and executed a 3 mile recon hike, recording signs of wildlife along the way.
Completion of the hike was faced by a looming deadline in the form of a swiftly approaching storm that brought heavy winds and snow to the area. Junior Corps members, who had to perform all planning activities on their own initiative, managed to complete all required steps and successfully perform the hike.
The objective rally point was designated Heartbreak Ridge.
The most striking find during the hike was discovery of the skeletal remains of a deer. Bones were identified and left on site in accordance with leave-no-trace principles discussed during earlier briefings.