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Eastside road access thread 2016

As folks are planning visits to the eastside, it would be great and mucho appreciated if people could share news, rumors, hopes, dreams of road openings and TH access up and down the 395.

- Sonora
- virginia lakes
- tioga (yeah, i know there's a bet on this)
- saddlebag
- minaret summit
- mosquito flat
- buttermilks
- north/south lake
etc. etc.

Any info on snowline, snow conditions would be great too.
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East Coast Climbing

Hey guys!
Moved out to Montana last fall, and have gotten really into climbing! Next week I'm flying out to Vermont for the summer. I've never heard of the East being known for its climbing, but does anyone know of places to at least stay in practice?

Cheers!
Erik
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Feather Peak North Couloir

I have a few questions about this beautiful peak:
-has anyone been close to the area in the last couple weeks and knows about the snow conditions (I heard snowfall last week)? I've seen some of the recent trip reports (e.g. Langley on this site) and it looks to be <1-2 feet snow even above 12000'? i also don't want to be climbing on water ice

-i'll be going solo and trying to get more ...
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Vernal area anytime soon?

IS anyone going to be in the Vernal area anytime soon? If so, please contact me.
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Roky mt park technical gear nessecary

Hello everyone,
I am going to be spending the summer working at trail ridge in Rocky Mt National park. I am flying into Denver, so I'm limited on space. my question is should I bring an ice axe/ crampons or will they be unnecessary for most of the season. Also I'm wondering if my rope should come along (200' so it takes up a lot of space) (*note I'm not someone who climbs much for ...
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Narrows in Zion- permits etc

Please post a link if this question was asked before
I am going there in late May, want to do the entire Narrows one way and camp out one night. Are permits required to camp? are they hard to get? It seems like a very popular thing to do.

Also are there services to shuttle you to one end?

thanks!
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Mazourka Canyon Fossils (Independence Area)

Folks visiting the Independence area might want to check out a superior fossil locality at nearby Mazourka Canyon along the western flanks of the Inyo Mountains (east side of Owens Valley). It preserves a great selection of roughly 485 to 415 million year-old invertebrate animal specimens. I've put up a personal, completely non-commercial page abut the site over at Paleozoic Era Fossils At Mazourka Canyon, Inyo County, California . Includes detailed text of a cyber-field ...
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Mt Baker

Anyone been up Baker yet in 2016? wondering how close to trail head you can get to.
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Anyone interested in Rainier for mid May?

Hey Guys,

New to Summit Post, but avid climber. I've done several of the summits in the cascades and really all over the states. One, that I haven't bagged though, is Rainier.

I will be out in Seattle for work on May 11-13th and had hoped to attempt Rainier the following weekend: drive to Paradise Friday evening or Saturday morning, hike to base camp, take off early Sunday morning and back down for a flight ...
Read more : Anyone interested in Rainier for mid May? | Views : 516 | Replies : 8 | Forum : Pacific Northwest (WA, OR)


 

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