Hiked up Bryan Mountain and then headed over to Guinn Mountain. The hardest part was finding my way back as I didn't return the same way. Since I thought I knew the area well enough and it was a ski resort, I didn't bring a map. There are a myriad of trails in the area and I became confused as to where they would end up. Trial and error brought to the parking lot after way more mileage than I anticipated.
Warm weather and lack of snow made this a dicey XC ski. All the snow seemed to have been plowed off in earlier days by other descenders. Calm winds made the summit and summit area wonderful, and I was able to enjoy the views without squinting into notorious continental divide winds.
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