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Hikers Wool

(16)
That part is easy: http://www.peacefleece.com/catalog/spinning.php I have no affiliation with them, but they are the first place I was able to find.
eric moss
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4:26 PM

Aclimitization Question - NOBO

(27)
I did HSM to WP twice and always camped at Long Lake first night. We also slept one night at HSM itself before starting the hike the next day. You definitely
krishna9012
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11:42 AM

Mid-May start date

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I will be headed into the Cottonwood-Forester-Kearsarge area this next week so when I get back I will update everyone on how this year compares to the last 33
nedtibbits
28
posts
Apr 25

Want to do this Trail -- Newbie

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... ... I've done hikes but no overnighters. ... Another point I haven't seen mentioned yet is that you just may not like overnighters, not everyone does.
dave_ayers_oms
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posts
Apr 24

Shuttle Service

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There is a backpackers bus that runs between the valley and Tulomne that seems to piggyback on the regular shuttle service. I have taken it after taking the
charliepolecat
28
posts
Apr 18

Bearikade questions

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For me, all the brands are hit and miss. This one is no exception, but I heartily recommend this particular meal: http://goodto-go.com/shop/thai-curry/ On Apr
eric moss
35
posts
Apr 17

Rain Gear Revisited

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I never went the poncho route myself but have witnessed what they are like in the wind. It's funny to see someone fighting to keep the thing down. So I never
longritchie
38
posts
Apr 16

JMT itinerary

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Renato,   It would only be a problem if you run into a ranger and that area is a busy area since it has Devil's Post Pile, Rainbow Falls, Red's Meadows...
Larry Beck
22
posts
Apr 16

Bearikades for sale

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If you rent a Bearikade and you decide to buy one in the same calendar year, they will apply the rental amount to purchase price.
Paul Zembruski
23
posts
Apr 15

Anyone recommend either a 12K pass or a 12K peak to hike near...

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The highest peak in the Tahoe basin I believe is Freel at around 10900. It does fit your 1st night camping requirement. Last time I was there you could do
apeman45@sbcglobal.net
18
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Apr 14

Early June Layers

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Your advice is spot on, John. Sent from my iPhone
Bruce Goodman
15
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Apr 13

So Many Tents to Choose From

(18)
Jeff & rnperky, thanks for the feedback. Peter Sent from my iPhone
Peter Lusche
18
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Apr 12

Only a bivy shelter?

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We are all hiking our own hikes, there is no one "right" choice, and there are many factors to consider. I like the strong construction of the OR Alpine Bivy
bradonjmt
16
posts
Apr 10

ABC watch or portable altimeter ?

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@synaptrik Exactly. I learned one day after joining how to turn off notifications. I just log in and browse the topics when i feel like it.
lumbergh21
67
posts
Apr 9

September solo JMT thru hiker

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I'm starting on Sept. 3. I was worried about temperatures on the trail and Whitney and resupply. As some have pointed out to me, resupply at MTR may be an
hzschw
18
posts
Apr 1
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