anyone for anything July 2,3,or 4

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anyone for anything July 2,3,or 4

by queasy » Sat Jun 19, 2010 3:54 pm

Anyone looking to get out or have a group that could entertain another person on the first weekend of July? Adams, Hood, etc standard route type of climb?

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by OJ Loenneker » Sun Jun 20, 2010 8:45 pm

Hopefully this shitty weather will clear out by then, but I am not holding my breath. Apparently that "never-summer" order I made earlier in the year was filled... :oops: Sorry about that, just trying to extend my turns for the year... :twisted:

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by EastKing » Sun Jun 20, 2010 10:13 pm

Adams on the 4th.

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by billisfree » Sun Jun 20, 2010 11:38 pm

OK, I'll join ya for Adams on the 4th

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by Tbenner » Sun Jun 20, 2010 11:56 pm

I guessing you all are from OR or WA. Thanks for taking all the shitty weather, its really nice up here in Juneau.

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by OJ Loenneker » Mon Jun 21, 2010 2:08 am

Tbenner wrote:I guessing you all are from OR or WA. Thanks for taking all the shitty weather, its really nice up here in Juneau.


Yeah, well... :evil:

By the way, this shitty weather is supposed to be in AK not in OR! Take it back, and now! :!:

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by OJ Loenneker » Mon Jun 21, 2010 2:16 am

EastKing wrote:Adams on the 4th.


Is the road to Cold Springs open yet? Last I heard it's still a 4 mile ski in.

Maybe I should check the FS site before pontificating here...

Yep, just checked:

GPNF Website wrote:8040 South Climb
Gravel - One Lane

06/19/2010: Driveable to Morrison Campground. Parking is 3 miles short of Cold Springs. Do not block the road when you park.


Good Luck. :wink:

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by Tbenner » Mon Jun 21, 2010 2:50 am

Never.........well actually I kind of miss the rain, so I could take it off your hands.

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by EastKing » Mon Jun 21, 2010 4:42 am

OJ Loenneker wrote:
EastKing wrote:Adams on the 4th.


Is the road to Cold Springs open yet? Last I heard it's still a 4 mile ski in.

Maybe I should check the FS site before pontificating here...

Yep, just checked:

GPNF Website wrote:8040 South Climb
Gravel - One Lane

06/19/2010: Driveable to Morrison Campground. Parking is 3 miles short of Cold Springs. Do not block the road when you park.


Ouch!!

Good Luck. :wink:

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by dskoon » Mon Jun 21, 2010 6:09 am

OJ Loenneker wrote:
EastKing wrote:Adams on the 4th.


Is the road to Cold Springs open yet? Last I heard it's still a 4 mile ski in.

Maybe I should check the FS site before pontificating here...

Yep, just checked:

GPNF Website wrote:8040 South Climb
Gravel - One Lane

06/19/2010: Driveable to Morrison Campground. Parking is 3 miles short of Cold Springs. Do not block the road when you park.


Good Luck. :wink:


Yeah, looks like we're gaining about a mile a week on the road.
guess that puts us at around the 10th of July or so, before it opens up. . .

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by OJ Loenneker » Mon Jun 21, 2010 7:03 am

dskoon wrote:[

Yeah, looks like we're gaining about a mile a week on the road.
guess that puts us at around the 10th of July or so, before it opens up. . .



Maybe, unless this "never-summer" continues... Then it may be until the end of July before the road clears out. And that does not mean that the FS has cleared all the blow down out too... Bring your chain saw. :wink:

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by OJ Loenneker » Mon Jun 21, 2010 7:04 am

Tbenner wrote:Never.........well actually I kind of miss the rain, so I could take it off your hands.


It's your turn to have it back, we're done with it. :wink:

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by queasy » Wed Jun 23, 2010 3:24 am

so not being from WA or familiar with the Adams approach, are the current road conditions making the climb a no-go? I am flying out at the end of the week and need to know what to pack/plan for. Sorry for my newbieness on the area...

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by HeyItsBen » Wed Jun 23, 2010 7:00 am

:shock: Just walk the snowy road if its not opened, a couple of extra miles shouldn't be too big a deal...

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by queasy » Fri Jun 25, 2010 2:52 am

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