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    Paul Truzzi added snowshoe

    6 days ago

    Paul Truzzi completed Sourdough Mountain Trail

    2 months ago

    Paul Truzzi completed Colchuck Lake Trail

    3 months ago

    Paul Truzzi added 8 Mile Lake

    3 months ago

    Paul Truzzi added asguard pass

    3 months ago

    Paul Truzzi reviewed Lake Serene Trail and Bridal Veil Falls (CLOSED)

    3 months ago

    The trail is open again and Lunch Rock is waiting for you.

    Paul Truzzi reviewed Wonderland Trail to Panhandle Gap

    4 months ago

    This is a beautiful hike, the kind you take out-of-town friends on. You have a well maintained trail that starts off in old growth forest that transitions to subalpine meadows and then to a glacial moraine. All of that in 6 miles (one way) and 3k elevation gain.

    Paul Truzzi reviewed Red Mountain via Old Commonwealth Trail

    4 months ago

    I don't know who wrote the trail summary. "Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash." NO don't even think of taking your dogs, kids or elderly grandparents up Red Mountain. Red Mountain is a scramble from Red Lake to the summit.

    Paul Truzzi reviewed Kendall Katwalk Trail

    4 months ago

    Did the hike last weekend, only two small snow patches off trail were noted. Snow balls were thrown.

    Paul Truzzi completed Kendall Katwalk Trail

    4 months ago

    Paul Truzzi reviewed Greenwater Lakes Trail

    4 months ago

    Took the trail out to Lost Lake today (Thurs) and didn't see another person until I was almost back to the trailhead. Lost Lake would be a beautiful place to camp, I'm adding it to my list.

    Paul Truzzi completed Greenwater Lakes Trail

    4 months ago

    Paul Truzzi reviewed Kaleetan Peak

    5 months ago

    Todd, I just did Kaleetan today and can give you some hints. If you want to to the west ridge route, cross the log over Lake Melakwa's discharge stream. There will be an old sign on a tree pointing to the left that says "toilet" follow that trail to the second sign. Go to the right of the tree and continue on the trail to the first little summit. After the second summit it drops down the western side a couple of hundred feet before continuing to Kaleetan. Along the way you will come to a saddle just before the scramble section. That is where the gully from the other route; going up the valley past Upper Lake Melakwa, joins the trail. I mistakenly returned that route and wouldn't do it again. At the bottom of the gully is a short cliff that needs to be carefully navigated and I was solo. The scree fields below the gully are steep, loose and no trail that I could find down to the lake. It took a lot more effort rock hopping than the ridge route would have taken.

    Paul Truzzi completed Kaleetan Peak Trail

    5 months ago