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Detailed information, descriptions, and photos regarding routes, trips, and cross country passes. While technically a portion of the forums, this section is tightly moderated to maintain consistent and informative content, and is a great trip planning resource.
I know it's old, but such a great trip report! Thanks for posting. […]
If a lake is numbered in the 3000 range the measurement is metric. Some maps show feet. If your map shows lakes in the 10000s convert the numbers above to feet. Tom Harrison maps show measurements in feet. […]
Wandering Daisy wrote:Were you part of the big official starting group? Being chased by a storm and hiking in thick fog sounds scary! As well as the wind. Glad you made it out OK.No, it was just Jim and myself […]
Years ago I climbed with a gal from Scotland. She said a bad weather day in the Sierra is like a normal day in Scotland. We really are weather-wimps out here! Big difference in lightning in the Sierra vs. Rockies, […]