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 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Soda Mountain Wilderness (East) 17-Dec-2017

Posted: December 20th, 2017, 1:56 pm 

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Southern Oregon's Soda Mountain Wilderness , which was established in 2009, ... larger, western piece hosts some of the best known hikes in both this wilderness and in Southern Oregon: ... well-used deer trail waiting for you on the saddle just west of the peak. https://photos.smugmug.com/2017-12-17-Rosebud-Mtn/i-hKGFjDC/0/2b33974c/L/1-PC160074-L.jpg ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Hamilton Creek RR grade, return on PCT

Posted: December 17th, 2017, 8:18 am 

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... Creek, which brought me to powerlines. It should have been obvious these were the powerlines that would take me up towards the Birkenfeld/Table saddle. Somehow I failed to recognize that. Aha! I see what went wrong. When I left Hamilton Creek, it was in a jumbled area where I wasn't quite sure ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Hamilton Creek RR grade, return on PCT

Posted: December 17th, 2017, 12:26 am 

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... Creek, which brought me to powerlines. It should have been obvious these were the powerlines that would take me up towards the Birkenfeld/Table saddle. Somehow I failed to recognize that. Followed powerline road up to a junction. Took the lower fork which dead ended, just 15 minutes before my ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Cedar Mt, then Table via Westway

Posted: December 9th, 2017, 10:28 pm 

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I recently saw pics of Cedar Mountain that made me realize I desperately wanted to hike that beautiful ridgecest from Cedar Creek Falls to the ... meadows weren't ideal. My third anxiety was the big flat saddle where I wondered if I might struggle to find the second ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Table Mountain, north ridge, deep fresh snow

Posted: November 13th, 2017, 7:25 pm 

Replies: 11
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... day! Agreed. A couple years ago I failed on an "easy" 17 mile hike in Nov due to snow and a stream crossing. On the subject of other parties, pretty sure I heard voices around the saddle on Table's N ridge where the powerlines cross, and I saw snowshoe prints. ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Table Mountain, north ridge, deep fresh snow

Posted: November 12th, 2017, 5:49 pm 

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... "trail" was seasonal (recent storm damage) but it sounds like it's never all that great. On my image below, note the road the leaves the saddle junction and follows the west side of the ridge. From your post, I gather that's a dead end. There is some saw-cut maintenance, but it got brushy ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Table Mountain, north ridge, deep fresh snow

Posted: November 12th, 2017, 4:24 pm 

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... "trail" was seasonal (recent storm damage) but it sounds like it's never all that great. On my image below, note the road the leaves the saddle junction and follows the west side of the ridge. From your post, I gather that's a dead end. There is some saw-cut maintenance, but it got brushy ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Table Mountain, north ridge, deep fresh snow

Posted: November 11th, 2017, 8:09 pm 

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... up a viewless powerline road, I arrived at the saddle on the north ridge of Table Mountain. Sign said 1.4 miles on the trail to Table. Took ... seen it yet, and it was on my to-do list for this hike. I had pretty much abandoned hope of finding it, due ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Across the Olympics (and Back), 1: Skokomish + Dosewallips

Posted: November 9th, 2017, 10:24 pm 

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... just look scared. I guess this is the thing about doing a long-ish hike in a place not used to long(ish)-distance hikers. Along the PCT, everyone ... but there are two off trail passes: Fisher’s Notch, a small, steep saddle just north of Lake LaCrosse; and Heart Pass, a somewhat gentler route ...

 Forum: Trip Reports   Topic: Gotchen Creek Meadows via Snipes Mtn Trail, Mount Adams 9/30

Posted: October 5th, 2017, 11:25 pm 

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... cloudy in Trout Lake, so the intention was to hike the Shorthorn Trail to the South Climb Trail, ... hiking before but wanted to see some Cascade mountain views. Our goal was to head to a big mountain ... to open up as it crossed over a small "saddle" or ridgeline. From here on it was ...
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