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Thanks Daisey, those sound like good leads for side trips on that short day. I believe Lodgepole is where I can get permit, bear canister, see the big sequoia (something I have always wanted to do) and begin […]
Greetings dirtyfromtherainIf you would like some great information about hiking in the Sierra Nevada, I would strongly suggest getting the books "Sierra North" and "Sierra South". These books are filled with information […]
I did the Deadman loop. I hated Sugarloaf to Roaring River. Were I to do it again, I believe I would do Wolverton to Pear to Moose and across the Tablelands to Big Bird, then down Deadman, then up Cloud Canyon, over […]
maverick wrote:Interesting Mike, but even though it was establish by Congress, that was back in 1905, wonder how many times that lake has changed sides by more present (last few decades) surveyors, and then by current […]