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    Eric Hatton completed Big Obsidian Flow Trail

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added Obsidian Flow Loop

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton completed Tubbs Hill

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added Family Day in CDA

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton updated San Lorenzo Canyon

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton updated San Lorenzo Canyon

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added San Lorenzo Canyon

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added Ride

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added MTB

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton completed Bar M Loop Trail

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton completed Bar B and Rockin A

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton completed Delicate Arch Trail

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added Delicate Arch

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton updated Silver Mt Snowshoe

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton updated Silver Mt Snowshoe

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added Silver Mt Snowshoe

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton completed Pilot Butte

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton completed Cleetwood Cove Trail

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton completed Mount Scott Trail

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added Mt. Scott

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added Steven's Creek

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton added Mount Neah Kah Nie

    16 days ago

    Eric Hatton saved Little Annapurna

    9 months ago

    Eric Hatton followed Jennifer Brewer

    9 months ago

    Eric Hatton followed Trevor Richards

    9 months ago

    Eric Hatton saved Mount Temple

    9 months ago

    Eric Hatton reviewed Scotchman Peak Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Must do hike!! Trail is well maintained! Trail is steep and some hikers may find it challenging. The beauty distracts though. Don't let this stop you, just plan on extra time.
    Near the top (last 1000' roughly) the nice dirt changes to large fist sized rocks. It's not technical, but does require extra attention to not roll an ankle.
    We hiked October 2, 2017: light sprinkle as we started from the trail head. This turned to snow at 5000', and started sticking at 6000'. By 6500' there was 1"-2" on the ground. At the peak our visibility was roughly 100'. Just enough to appreciate the steep slope on all sides. We also saw two mountain goats; a mother, and a kid.
    Note: the getting there directions on AllTrails blow. Look up proper directions from Friends of Scotchman Peak and save your self some headache.

    Eric Hatton completed Scotchman Peak Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Eric Hatton added Epic!!

    about 1 year ago