623RE: [John Muir Trail] Northern start of trail
- Oct 25 1:37 PMThat may be, but if you look at Winnett's mileage guide, where does it start
from? Happy Isles and that's the nuts and bolts aka bottom line. True that
there is a little confusion in places like when reaching Tioga Road and it's
safer to stay on the unofficial trail on the south of the road, but as I
understand it, the northern side is more official.
When I did it this summer, there were CCC crews that were diverting the
course of the trail in sections such as putting in a bridge to avoid the
"official" stream-crossing 150 meters downstream.
It's like the US Supreme Court. They are supposed to uphold the
Constitution, but time doesn't stand still and they can't make decisions
based on societal mores in the late 18th century.
Adapt and enjoy.
JMT Aug 25-Sep 11 2003
From: David J. [mailto:dhj@...]
Sent: Saturday, October 25, 2003 1:09 PM
Subject: Re: [John Muir Trail] Northern start of trail
The two sources I have describing the start of the trail are
Winnett's John Muir Trail and Starr's Guide. Both refer to the Le
Conte Lodge as the start, but Winnett says the lodge was moved
some years ago.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "JD Schaefer"
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> I was wondering if anyone knew the exact, official beginning
> point of the John Muir Trail in Yosemite. I've read several
> different descriptions and wondered if anyone knew.
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