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    E B completed Candy Mountain

    23 days ago

    E B saved Tom Dick and Harry Mountain Trail

    about 1 month ago

    E B completed Tom Dick and Harry Mountain Trail

    about 1 month ago

    E B added hike 17

    about 1 month ago

    E B completed Lewis and Clark Commemorative Trail

    about 1 month ago

    E B added hike 16

    about 1 month ago

    E B added Recording - Oct 20 04:02 PM

    about 1 month ago

    E B added Old Pipeline Bed Trail

    2 months ago

    E B completed Old Pipeline Bed Trail

    2 months ago

    E B reviewed Snow Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    Beautiful -- this trail is gorgeous. Did this yesterday (10/6) and there was some light snow in the last mile. Slightly slippery and slushy in lots of places.

    E B saved Snow Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    E B completed Snow Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    E B added Snow Lake Trail

    2 months ago

    E B added Gold Creek Pond Trail

    3 months ago

    E B completed Gold Creek Pond Trail

    3 months ago

    E B added Track - Sep 29 11:27 AM

    3 months ago

    E B added 11 of 52

    3 months ago

    E B added hike 10 of 52

    3 months ago

    E B saved Lake Ingalls

    3 months ago

    E B reviewed Lake Ingalls

    3 months ago

    The hike is beautiful. Very worthwhile, and lots of stunning views. That said, real talk-- Several people said it took them around ~5 hrs RT, or that it was more 'moderate' etc. but just for some perspective, I'm a short legged hiker from the lowlands and this hike took me more like 7-8 hours. I'd say the trail was 80% easy to follow, but the last mile is real rocky and marked mostly with stone towers-- I definitely had to pay attention and got turned around more than once. The other parts of the trail are really well maintained though. The last section requires some scrambling (again, short-legged hiker-- maybe the grasshopper legs out there had another experience, but for me it was quite a bit of scrambling.) My phone also tracked 13.4 miles, rather than the 8.8 listed here. Part of that was walking to the trail head (cause I had to park a bit away) and some of that was getting lost from the trail :) But I would still say that 11-12 miles is closer to the truth? The lake is beautiful, and the last few miles of the hike are well worth the effort . For me I would say the 'hard' ranking was pretty on point (although I'd probably go more with 'a nice challenge' than 'hard' as a ranking, because I was enjoying myself and things aren't usually hard when you enjoy yourself.) Obviously, perception of difficulty is contingent on lots of things, but for the sake of perspective, if you're a short-legged, leisure hiker, like myself, this one may challenge you a bit ;-)

    E B completed Lake Ingalls

    3 months ago

    E B added Hike 9 of 52 Lake Ingalls

    3 months ago

    E B saved Skyline Trail

    3 months ago

    E B added 8 of 52 Jubilee Campground

    4 months ago