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Trail?...up to Devil\'s Backbone
I took this "trail" up to Devil's Backbone. I'm not sure if it was the correct path, since there was a winding dirt road up to the ski lodge. I just went straight up the ski hill and at a couple points my GPS read 40% Grade. It certainly felt like it, and I was happy to get to the real trail after what i think was about 2000 ft. of lung busting altitude.

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DeanThat trail works better ..

Dean

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.. if you ride the lift up when its running.
As I had my wife with me who didn't want to climb Baldy, we went up the lift and I left her at the lodge as I went up the Devils Backbone route. It was her first ride ever on a chair lift and I wish I had a video of her fear factor. She handled it ok but barely. : )
Posted Dec 11, 2006 5:59 pm

rematoreRe: That trail works better ..

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Great...lol. It wasn't running the day I was there. In fact, I didn't see one person the whole time. Maybe it was too hot...about 90 degrees at the bottom of the lifts and still at least 75 up top. I went through 5 or 6 water bottles.
Posted Dec 11, 2006 8:57 pm

DebRe: That trail works better ..

Deb

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HAHA! You poor thing! You should have taken the trail to the ski hut and be faced with slogging up the bowl, at least it would have been shorter - I think. Better yet, wait until there's snow to do it again. :)
Posted Dec 11, 2006 9:03 pm

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