Tahnks for the comments. I may put that info back in. Actually, I took it out so as not to be redundant with the mountain pages (see below):
Things I took out were trailheads, access roads, and weather links. In the place I added the personal favorites and the hiking and climbing overview. I may add some more back in, but I didn't want it cut and paste it from the mountain pages! Finding out how much to post without being redundant is a challenge! I'll work on it more, an let you know when I am finished.
I added more on the seasons. Actually, I think I will add the winter road closures section to this page, but I may add it under a fact sheet. Will let you know when it's done.
You got great stuff Scott. Can't wait till August.I'm doing the Highline from Chepeta to Mirror. Taking ten days though. Keep up the good work!
Thanks for posting it Scott.
Scott, for some reason this page shows coordinates in AZ now. I have a feeling that it used to have correct ones ... maybe lost on editing at some point?
It's fixed now. Not sure what happened there.
I am planning a 12 day Uintas traverse from Chepeta to Mirror, most of it cross country. I was hoping someone would be able to give me any information about the average conditions in the Uintas in the first two weeks of June. I have looked at many pages on the internet and got everything from completly dry to snowed in on June 1st. Any insight from locals who know how the Uintas tend to be in June would be greatly appriciated.
I am planning a 12 day Uintas traverse from Chepeta to Mirror, most of it cross country.
I'm sure you know that there is a trail covering the route, but which cross-country route are you taking? It will help answer the question better.
I was hoping someone would be able to give me any information about the average conditions in the Uintas in the first two weeks of June.
Even though it's been a drier than normal year, there will be quite a bit of snow for sure. Rocky Sea Pass and (especially) Deadhorse Pass will most likely require an ice axe. Other passes aren't as problematic. The road to Chepeta Lake may or may not be open in early June.