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Almost There - The Muir Project from The Muir Project on Vimeo.

From Yosemite Valley to the summit of Mt. Whitney is known as the John Muir Trail. See the work of a group artists who hiked those 219 miles and recorded their adventure for us to enjoy. RTM thanks the artists of  The Muir Project. Music by Opus Orange "Almost There."

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