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    Curtis Clifford completed Tern Point

    11 days ago

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    Curtis Clifford completed Pass Mountain Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Curtis Clifford completed Wind Cave Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Curtis Clifford completed Usery Mountain Meridian Hike

    about 1 month ago

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    Curtis Clifford completed Bluffs Regional Park Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Curtis Clifford reviewed Mt. Timpanogos - Timpooneke Trail

    3 months ago

    Hiked this trail on 8/4/18. Started around 5:00 am and found very little parking available. We parked on the highway and walked to the trailhead. Hiked in the dark for an hour or so and then had all the spectacular views all the way up. There were so many people coming down from the top looking pretty miserable and tired. Overnight hiking is overrated. 3:40 to the top. and and about 3 hours to the bottom. 3L water. It was a fun day.

    Curtis Clifford reviewed Thunderhead Hiking Trail

    3 months ago

    This is a well marked trail with a steady pitch all the way to the top. Beautiful scenery and lots of shade. We hiked up and took the tram down (free).

    Curtis Clifford followed Brent Wilson

    3 months ago

    Curtis Clifford reviewed Humphrey's Peak

    4 months ago

    Did this hike today 7/14/18. Started at 6:30 am and arrived at the top at 9:30 am. Spent 18 minutes there and made it back in 2 hours. Weather was overcast and about 58°. Ground was wet from the recent rain fall which allowed the forest service to open the forest on 7/11/18. There was low clouds the entire day and could not see anything at the top. A rain cell was moving in so I got off the top just in time for a good rain to begin. It rained the entire rest of the hike back. I brought 2.5 liters H2O and drank 1.5 liters. I brought way to much food also. It was a difficult hike but the weather helped reduce my need for water and food. Start early to avoid thunderstorms. I also think poles are a good choice for the unstable footing at the top but I’m 59 years old and need them.

    Curtis Clifford completed Humphrey's Peak

    4 months ago