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Darn it, I don't see

the section for Hawaii....

Leaving for Hawaii in the morning. Might not have time to hike both Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa. Quick... which one should I do?
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Suggested 14er

Two families are traveling to CO in July (kids 16 years to college). Looking for a recommendation on a 14er. We are all in pretty good shape, but no experience in technical climbing. My wife has some height fears, so trying to stay away from very narrow trails with significant drops. Any suggestions from the group?
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Rockies page ?

Lately in the Europe forum, ranges were discussed, and few questions raised like why do not we have range pages for the Ands, the Himalayas, the Rockies.
Well according to the SP rules, the author of a range must not have climbed all summits but have a significant amount of experience about the concerned area. We understand easily why no one can apply for such page. Especially for the Ands, the Himalayas and other big ...
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Durable Computer Hardware

This thread should be moved to Off Route I guess. But as we all use PCs to access and submit info to SP I'll start it here.

Just found a missing byteStor USB Flash Drive. Lost it around two months ago. I know that as I rarely use flash drives now.

Stuck it in my PC and all the data seems fine. Images, spreadsheets, word documents. All fine.

The drive was in a top pocket ...
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Help Protect Mount Olympus National Park

There is an online petition calling for the extension of the Mt Olympus National Park from its current 38,500 acres (covering part of the peak and the eastern slopes of the mountain) to 238,000 acres.

This is a necessary step to protect this unique environment from destruction for private profit.


Next Wednesday, May 12, 2010, at 12:00 noon there will be an open meeting at the Culture Ministry in Athens to discuss this proposal.

Your ...
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Mt Hood Snowcat Available

Have snowcat reserved 1am Monday May24th. 9 seats available split the 200$ fee.
Madcow58@sbcglobal.net
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kewl old skool jtree vid

check it out:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12fg5BLANTE

what do ya grade that funky "facing out" move at?
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highest paved highway in the world?

Google (and other sources) usually point to the Karakoram Highway as the highest highway in the world, with its highpoint being the Khunjerab Pass at around 4,700 meters. It's Wikipedia entry covers its ass by calling it the highest "international highway."

But the Tibet Friendship Highway runs through two passes claimed to be over 5,000 meters and long sections are at over 4,000 meters. The Friendship Highway is just about completely paved now, so it ...
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PCT Boobytrapped

Hey...

It'll only get them prep'd/ready for when they hit the South end near the border and start to encounter them human coyotes.

Or, if they decide to head on over to Afghanistan and do some trekking.
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