Re: [John Muir Trail] And Still Some More New Trail Info
You may be able to stash your food in one of the
lockers at the Glen Aulin/Soda Springs trailhead.
Glen Aulin is closed for the season (too much water).
I drove up the road late one afternoon last week and
found only one car that was parked by the lockers and
it may have belonged to a fisherman that was late in
getting back. Alternatively, you could also leave
your food in Mammoth/Reds. That way you would be
super lite for the first 60 miles of what will be the
snowiest portion of the trip.
Good luck and, above all, HAVE FUN!
--- Frank Martin <sriprank@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, thomas taylorBest regards,
> > Frank,
> > That section on Forrester is on the south side
> > where it's shady. If you go 'over' there, you're
> > going all the way down.
> Hi Thomas,
> Thanks for all your info.
> I'll take the axe.
> Eating trail miles is my strong point. I can hike
> from dawn to dusk.
> The time spent route finding and safe stream
> crossing are mile killers
> I will have 12 days plus some extra out of Tuolumne.
> I am going to
> stash my food there and fastpack out of the Valley.
> I am hoping to do
> Donohue on the third day. We'll see.
> Looks like there is going to be a heat wave this
> thanks again,