hiker shuttle info, primarily for the 395

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hiker shuttle info, primarily for the 395

Post by CAMERONM » Wed Jul 18, 2018 10:37 am

I just posted my own personal shuttle list. All the contact info is updated for 2018. You can get it here:

https://www.trailnamebackstroke.com/201 ... formation/

More comprehensive information can be gotten from the climber.org crib sheet. I can't vouch for its complete accuracy:

http://climber.org/data/JMTCribSheet.pdf








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Re: hiker shuttle info, primarily for the 395

Post by fishmonger » Tue Jul 31, 2018 7:55 pm

nice summary. Not sure about Bob Ennis in Lone Pine (the one that didn't return your calls). May have been a time when he was in Death Valley, which he does for recreation in the off season. I've used him and Paul from Independence and both were reliable, fully insured, and very responsive when I had plan changes and called them on satellite phone from the wilderness.

I didn't even know of the Bishop Creek Shuttle until I read your page - I always skipped over that on their schedules page. I don't necessary need it this year, but a few years back this would have been a great way to get to Parchers to drop off our resupply while my car was in the shop in Bishop. Heck, for the price, you can keep your car parked and spend a day up there and come back in the pm.

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