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Truchas now or in a couple weeks Truchas now or in a couple weeks

Getting that feeling that I need to get out and climb again also don't know if I can stand another weekend of watching the embarrassments that are the Cowboys and Aggies. I am considering the Alamitos to Santa Barbara Ridge to Truchas route 35ish miles and 2 nights. I see in the forecasts that winter is starting to build in up high so I do not want to wait too long.
I am in eastern ...
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Lockett Meadow closed?

The USFS has a special closure in effect for Lockett Meadow/Inner Basin in the SF Peaks until year's
end, is that correct or can it be confirmed ???

Fer crying out loud, that kind of puts the damper on my Autumn leaves viewing. Geez Louise!

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Jacks Canyon help

Hey Everyone!

Im going to Jacks Canyon for the first time in a few days to photograph my universities mountaineering club fall break trip. does anyone know if there are solid trees, boulders etc at the top of any of the walls that i could set up a rappel anchor on?

thanks a million,

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Snow in AZ

Snow in the Flastaff AZ mountains. Pics anyone? It was still there this morning after four or five days.
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Sangre de Cristo Conditions Sangre de Cristo Conditions

Anybody know how it looks in the Crestones right now (October 1)? Thanks!
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Adopt Weavers Needle page?

While cleaning out some really bad pages, I came across the page for Weavers Needle: http://www.summitpost.org/mountain/rock/150850/weavers-needle.html.

It is not the worst page ever, but it is a real disappointment for one of Arizona's most spectacular peaks. If you have climbed the peak and think you could do a nice job taking care of the page, let me know. The owner has been inactive for a long time. After you revamp the page, I can erase ...
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Another Round in the Flagstaff Mountain Debate

I happened across this article by Alta Mayor Tom Pollard today:


I don't have the time or expertise to formulate a genuine response, but it would be nice if someone would--it would be a shame to let the misinformation about "skier compaction" persist simply because everyone expects someone else will write a formal letter or op-ed. (can you say collective action/public goods problem? - nerd humor).

I mention this because I know not everyone ...
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Climbing near San Antonio?

Wondering if there is any climbing near San Antonio.

Any info would be appreciated.


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Why are some peaks ignored?

One of the first pages I ever created when joining SP was for Vulture Peak, northwest pf Phoenix (AZ):

http://www.summitpost.org/mountain/rock ... -Peak.html

This is a cool little peak, with some neat class 2 and 3 sections to get to the top. The summit block looks very imposing. This is one of the better-known Phoenix-area peaks. According to the climbers log, I'm the only one from SP to sign in. ...
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