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    Colonel Dr Shit Winston updated Chimney Rock

    4 months ago

    Colonel Dr Shit Winston updated Chimney Rock

    4 months ago

    Colonel Dr Shit Winston reviewed Tumalo Mountain Trail

    8 months ago

    By following the existing trail forged by those before me, I went straight up - round trip with some wandering around at the summit left my GPS showing only 2.98 miles. Snow was an icy pack the whole way up. Summit would be fantastic... On a day without a complete whiteout. Still worth the trip, great length and strenuous for a weekend day hike between breakfast and a late lunch. I look forward to going up in the spring.

    Colonel Dr Shit Winston reviewed Gold Lake SnoPark to Bechtel Shelter via Pengra Pass

    9 months ago

    Went on a clear day with probably 18" of snow pack along much of the trail, didn't need snowshoes but they wouldn't have hurt to take along. Took a detour on accident down to the train tracks (sharp right off the trail just before the slight right that goes to the shelter) and had a serendipitous train sighting which was enjoyable. Tons of railroad spikes laying around by the tracks that might make for a welcome souvenir. Gradual grade most of the way to the shelter which is a short side path off of the main trail. Well stocked with wood and we got a fire roaring quickly, had a couple Worthy beers and enjoyed the afternoon before making it back just in time to lose daylight. A welcome day trip that I'll make again.

    Colonel Dr Shit Winston reviewed Lime Kiln Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Well maintained trail for running, recently trimmed, with quite a few spots that demand either walking or your best, careful stutter-step. Over 1000ft elevation gain to the Kiln then back making for what I consider to be more of a Moderate difficulty for running. Great to have something to aim for - the Kiln - which comes out of nowhere along the trail as it follows an old railroad line I'll estimate as about 150-200ft above the Stilly.