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Lezoon-east (Piazchal), 3540m, and lezoon-west, 3585m, are the easternmost peaks on the main part of Tochal ridge. Tochal ridgeline is very long, and the main part of it which is entirely higher than 3500m starts from Piazchal and continues westward all the way to Bazarak pass, and from there it goes towards NW to Bazarak Peak. The following pictures show a part of the ridge.
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That's the only text added to the mountain page. Six 10/10 votes. Can't you at least wait to vote after seeing if the page is going to be any good? Or are you saying that the above is all the effort that should be put into a 10/10 mountain page? More is supposed to be added to the page later, but why not wait until something else is added before voting?
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White Clouds Peak 11,272 is located 0.6 miles due south of Cove Lake in the Big Boulder Lakes basin. It is a class 2-3 climb with a surprising, multi-vertical walled summit. A summit register was placed in 2006. The rocks are brown and granitic, with many loose, large blocks that can pose for tricky footing. Peak 11,272's geology differs considerably from its white limestone and altered limestone neighbors DO Lee, WCP-9 and Caulkens, and provides for a uniquely different climb by comparison.
From Stanley, Idaho, drive NE on Hwy 75 past Lower Stanley and Clayton. About 4.4 miles past Clayton, turn right onto East Fork Road. Follow the signs to Big Boulder Road, which bears to the right off EF Road. Park at the large Livingston Mill trailhead which has a good pit toilet. One could car camp at this trailhead if they do not mind dust and traffic. Some 20 cars were parked here on Aug 3, 2012, and a Forest Service crew was apparently camping out.
A six mile hike or backpack in from Livingston Mill trailhead, which is an hour and 45 minutes drive from Stanley. The last hour is on good dirt road along the East Fork Salmon River. No car camping is available along this dirt road, but there are many campground sites between Lower Stanley, Clayton, and there is even a CG across the road from the EF Salmon River road turnoff.
Camping sites can be found around many of the Big Boulder basin lakes. Alternately, one could backpack or dayhike in from Slate Creek and Big Horn Basin, but the convenience and stunning beauty from camping at Cove or nearby other Big Boulder lakes is recommended. NOTE: NO CAMP FIRES ALLOWED.
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Hiked the Ledge Trail at Yosemite with fiance Rick on August 4, 2012. It was manageable until we came to a washout of the trail about 3/4 up the ledge. There we encountered flat and loose rock at a very steep grade. Rick considered possible routes to get by this area and back onto what looked like a decent trail up ahead. The lack of certainty about which route to use safely and the loss of strength from our scramble thus far made him choose to abandon trying to go any further. I agreed with the decision although I thought I could succeed by scaling the rock (a false sense of security?). Although I had some concern about going back down the ledge, my scaling rock skills are nil so heading back seemed the right path. This area where either one or both of us could have become a new stat in the death at Yosemite records, instead became a victory for sane and sober thinking decision-making on the trail. (Rick has other thoughts on this I believe) We ended up having very little problem going back down the ledge from there. Suffered a few minor scrapes on knees, lower legs and sore quads, easily dealt with.
Come on guys, this is getting rediculous. Voting 10/10 on everything, regardless of quality is not only rediculous, but it really detracts from the quality of SP.
This may be beating a dead horse, but quality control is getting worse and worse on SP. If you vote 10/10 on everything then your vote is entirely meaningless.