Just wanted you to know we are not a bunch of hard arsses here (read your last night's deleted post). If you are serious about your question, then you should already know that there are no "big mountain" areas in the Sierra that are easily accessed now without snow...It is winter. Your blog seems to suggest you are already experienced and knowledgeable on our mountains - (nice blog BTW).
Too many times we see first-time members who post gibberish and then add a link to their own agenda...your's appeared just such a post.
Suggest you stick around, add some real insights/personal knowledge, etc first, and get to know how we roll before adding a link. Then, if you do want to add your link later, just be sure to add a reciprocal link in your blog that mentions HST. This is all we ask.
Just so you know, we are sometimes sarcastic but we can take it as well as dish it out...much like any real hiker who I would enjoy hiking with.
BTW, much like San Francisco natives hating the name "Frisco", the use of Sierra Nevadas (even Sierras) is wrong and very much frowned on. Sierra Nevada translates to Snowy Mountains...adding the last "S" shows a naive understanding of our jewel - and something someone of your experience should already know.
Sorry if I offended you but as Admin here - keeper of the keys, too often see self-serving spammers.
Mountainman who swims with trout