Hotoven wrote:Jow, I did the long hike up WV's high point. I think it was around 18 or 20 miles so I made it into a nice weekend backpacking trip. Worth the hike though, very beautiful!
Jow wrote:Hotoven wrote:Jow, I did the long hike up WV's high point. I think it was around 18 or 20 miles so I made it into a nice weekend backpacking trip. Worth the hike though, very beautiful!
Yea the shortest route I found is 8.7miles each way Seneca Creek Trail to Judy Springs Trail to Huckleberry Trail to Summit. Plan on one long day beating my previous long of Clingmans Dome 7.9miles each way. But I am contemplating hitting up a big mountain or two next year if I can so I could use the training. I've been hitting gym pretty good as of late and if i continue through winter should be a breeze. (weather permitting of course)
Jow wrote:Well AZ is on schedule for Sept/Oct since have family vacation in Sedona. Then I may have bachelor party in vegas and try to hit up Boundary and Whitney while there. Or potentially Kings or Borah or both. I spoke with Alex aka sm0421 offline and he is planning those last 4 as well so a potential meetup may be in order if you want in.
When you hike Kings Peak, stick to the trail, take the elevation loss. In my opinion this will save you time and energy compared to all the rock hopping you will find yourself doing if you try to traverse Gunsight Peak between the passes. Are you doing this as a dayhike or do you plan on camping and making it an overnighter? Enjoy!
xDoogiex wrote:Sup dudes! Been awhile. I haven't gotten any accomplished since this summer. Thinking TX early next year. Hope to get another one this year. So close to being half way
baumann_pat wrote:I'm thinking about climbing Guadalupe Peak around January 20-22. Anybody have advice on the mountain in January? Anyone going to be in the area?
Florida Frank wrote:Also finalizing plans for real mountaineering and climbing Rainier in June!
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