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The summit ridge of No. Gardner peak requires a bit more time than a simple walk up. The 85 degree heat slowed us down somewhat but the views were stellar.

7-17-04

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KlenkeI see you made it

Klenke

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Good job. I guess I could have said something about the final scramble to N. Gardner but I figured you know how to take care of yourself. Did you go to (South) Gardner too?
Posted Jul 18, 2004 10:54 pm

DeanRe: I see you made it

Dean

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We actually were off track and hit the Gardner ridge first. It was just a walk to get over to Gardner. However, getting over to No. Gardners ridge took us longer than we anticipated (slooooooooow)



I'm glad we weren't up there in an electrical storm like you were. We did not go after Abernathy. The heat was brutal.
Posted Jul 18, 2004 11:02 pm

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DeanSubmitted by Dean
on Jul 18, 2004 9:50 pm

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Lat/Lon: 48.51560°N / 120.5006°W
Object Title: The summit ridge of No....