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Johan HeersinkUntitled Comment

Johan Heersink

Voted 10/10

Good page with a lot of information.
Posted Feb 11, 2004 1:14 am

Bob BoltonUntitled Comment

Bob Bolton

Voted 10/10

Another great job on a Washington Top 100 peak. Where do you find the energy for all that writing? Amazing!!
Posted Feb 11, 2004 2:29 am

Jerry LUntitled Comment

Jerry L

Voted 10/10

Posted Feb 11, 2004 6:20 am

Alan EllisUntitled Comment

Alan Ellis

Voted 10/10

Great page!
Posted Feb 11, 2004 6:43 am

DeanUntitled Comment


Voted 10/10

Another neat Washington mountain. Nice page.
Posted Feb 11, 2004 7:16 am

RockopotamusUntitled Comment


Voted 10/10

Very informative and well constructed. Great Job!
Posted Feb 11, 2004 8:48 am

Martin CashUntitled Comment

Martin Cash

Voted 10/10

Another well done page. Congrats on your involvement in the Washington Alpine Journal too.
Posted Feb 11, 2004 9:46 am

Gangolf HaubUntitled Comment

Gangolf Haub

Voted 10/10

Great informative page. I have come to consider it standard, if it's from you. Thanks for posting

Posted Feb 11, 2004 9:48 am

desainmeUntitled Comment


Voted 10/10

Scrambles amongst the North Cascades.

South Route & Pt. 7495 Scrambles seem like fun adventures-good addition.
Posted Feb 11, 2004 9:59 am

rpcUntitled Comment


Voted 10/10

Posted Feb 11, 2004 11:13 am

KatwomenUntitled Comment


Voted 10/10

Quality page!
Posted Feb 11, 2004 2:07 pm

vertxUntitled Comment


Voted 10/10

Another great page. Nice pictures too. Thank you!
Posted Feb 11, 2004 3:45 pm

Dave KUntitled Comment

Voted 10/10

A quality SP page!
Posted Feb 11, 2004 3:59 pm

laurelburn area


Hasn't voted

Most route descriptions say something about cairns on 45 Mile Sheep Driveway Trail/#1432 between Snow Brushy Creek Trail/#1230 and Borealis Pass. The area was burned a few years ago (2006 maybe?) and I saw no cairns on that section of the trail except for one marking the intersection of 1432 and 1230, and then starting at about 6800 ft (in the meadows near Borealis Pass, above the burn area). Might be worth mentioning on the approach/route for Pinnacle.
Posted Sep 8, 2010 12:56 am

Andy DeweyRe: burn area

Andy Dewey

Hasn't voted

I was just up there also and agree...
I saw one cairn at the intersection where the "trail" to Borealis Pass leaves the Snow Brushy Creek trail to Milham Pass and after that all evidence of the trail is gone. Instead of going up to Borealis Pass, I ascended scree up the basin to the ridge. This works fine and is easy going.

Coming down the west side via Aurora Creek is the same story. An overabundance of cairns, but no trail! It is especially difficult in the dark. Lots of dead branches & trees to crawl over.
Posted Oct 3, 2010 11:58 am

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