A Walk in the Woods - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Bill Bryson
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Chapter 6 Summary

Three days later, and just as they are beginning to feel like hikers, it begins to snow. When the weather turns bad, they happen to reach a narrow path along Big Butt Mountain - with the mountain on one side of them and a deep drop on the other. The trail is also interrupted by streams that are frozen over and dangerous to cross. Snow accumulates, the wind whips around them, and visibility is only a few feet. They find themselves unable to go up the steeply climbing trail in front of them, but they are also afraid to go back. They take a chance that a logging road that crosses the trail will take them around the mountain and back to the trail, in hopes that they can reach the next shelter. They do reach the shelter, which they share with a...

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