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Bob BurdTime to get started?

Bob Burd

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Folks have been wondering when you're going to get going on this one. Hope you can spare a few hours to get it going...
Posted Apr 27, 2006 6:27 pm

thebeave7Updating?

thebeave7

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Ummmmm. If you want to put it up for adoption I'm sure there will be many takers. Just post it on the Cali board.
Posted May 13, 2006 7:47 am

kngalaricI've got it now

kngalaric

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I'll get working on it tomorrow. There will be some new information and links up every day.
Posted Sep 6, 2006 6:33 am

theronmoonGreat!

theronmoon

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This is a important page for Southern California, look forward to it being built up.
Posted Apr 23, 2007 10:13 pm

johnmRe: Great!

johnm

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After adopting this page recently I started from scratch and completely overhauled it. Glad for any feedback

Posted Jun 21, 2007 1:31 am

theronmoonRe: Great!

theronmoon

Voted 10/10

I was checking it out last night and was very stoked with all the progress. Really really nice page for a great range. So glad you adopted it. theron
Posted Jun 21, 2007 10:24 am

DebAwesome Job!!

Deb

Voted 10/10

This is great John!! Glad you adopted this baby.
Posted Jun 21, 2007 7:38 pm

johnmRe: Awesome Job!!

johnm

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Thanks again for the positive feedback. We here in Socal can be passionate about our Mountains too!
Posted Jun 21, 2007 10:49 pm

T SharpTerrific Page!

T Sharp

Voted 10/10

The links to the highway conditions in the table are super cool!
Very nice page indeed!
Cheers;
Tim
Posted Jun 22, 2007 5:20 pm

johnmRe: Terrific Page!

johnm

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Thanks T-Sharp

This page was my first attempt at building out tables. The photohiker's table tutorial made it all easy!

Cheers,

John
Posted Jul 4, 2007 1:58 am

thephotohikerRe: Terrific Page!

thephotohiker

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Nice tables. To think my tutorial would help someone produce such superb results. Congratulations! You did some great work on this page.
Posted Aug 6, 2007 5:39 pm

BlairOne of the best

Blair

Voted 10/10

pages I have seen. Very well done!!!
Posted Nov 11, 2008 6:08 pm

skunk apeGreat Page

skunk ape

Voted 10/10

Nicely put together!!
Posted May 1, 2009 11:57 pm

cammedMajor Peaks...

cammed

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While acknowledging the page author did not comprise the list of prominent peaks for this range, I would argue that there are several major peaks that are not listed but should be; Not due to their height above sea level, but due to their prominence and landscape dominance. First would be Keller Peak (7,885 ft) which has a sister peak called Slide Peak (7,844 ft). This peak complex rises over 6,000 ft above the adjacent valley floor, above the communities of Highland/Redlands/San Bernardino, and has an abrupt south face that sheds avalanches in the winter. I would also add Butler Peak (8,535 ft) which is a prominent high point between Snow Valley Mountain Resort and the Big Bear Lake dam. Each of these peaks have access to the tops via forest access roads and also by cross-country routes for the adventurous. Each also offers splendid panoramic views of the higher San Bernardino Mountain peaks, the LA Basin, the San Gabriel Range, and the HIgh (Mojhave) Desert. Each are both prominent and dominant as viewed from surrounding areas. Some of these peaks have been rumored to be excellent winter venues with epic ski-offs. Also on the list should be Sugarloaf Mountain, (9,952 ft), a dominant land form at the eastern extent of the Big Bear Valley. Lastly, there is a detached 'foothill' that deserves some attention called Harrison Mountain (See: http://www.summitpost.org/harrison-mountain/153799). While there is no maintained trail to the top of this peak which is totally detached from the spine of the San Bernardino Mountain crest, there really should be due to the views achievable and the challenge that could be offered to reach its summit. Lots of mountain hiking/climbing enjoyment in this compact mountain range.
Posted May 29, 2012 6:42 pm

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