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Driscoll
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5:16 PM

JMT plus HST 2018

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also remember there are bear boxes/lockers along the way for foods that do not fit into your canister. You can get to Tyndall Creek without cracking open your
onetwolaugh
15
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8:23 AM

HR 1349 which would revise the 1964 Wilderness Act to allow mountain

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Don, I just sent a message to my local representative opposing this amendment. Is there something else we should do as well?
Larry Beck
11
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Dec 12

Hiking in June

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I hike mid July 2016... perhaps one of the lowest snow levels in recent years. Creek crossing were a non issue, but every pass had some snow to briefly
Joseph Junk
10
posts
Dec 7

Re: Coffee Table Book

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Not just the JMT but a friend co-authored this beautiful book on the PCT
carolelizb
9
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Nov 27

Getting permit for MTR entry

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There really isn’t a way to find out short of calling the ranger office in Prather and even then they probably won’t provide you the specific numbers
Mike Mineart
5
posts
Nov 26

Framed photos

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You can try Mountain Light Gallery, www.mountainlight.com. The gallery is closing, so there may be some good deals to be had, otherwise I'm not sure about what
David Masten
5
posts
Nov 24

free standing or UL tent for the JMT

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MikeI bring my pack in ( that is total empty because I leave all my food smelly stuff in my vestibule), and use it as insulation at the end of the tent. I
Jeff Yeider
16
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Nov 21

This week on the blog: An Elegant Way to Commemorate Your JMT Hike

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Oh no! The ‘participation trophies’ have reached to the hiking world;) ! Lol
rnperky@sbcglobal.net
3
posts
Nov 21

Review of Tents good for a JMT hike in severe weather conditions

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Anybody in this group good at DIY stuff? Really cool page: https://backpackinglight.com/forums/topic/44977/#comments (how to make your own Hydrostatic Head
Roleigh Martin
4
posts
Nov 17

Four Ways to Shake Up Your John Muir Trail Hike

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Congratulations on completing an amazing journey. Well done! (Neat video, too.) On Wed, Nov 15, 2017 at 7:35 PM, bikerjack bikerjack57@yahoo.com ...
Ray Rippel
3
posts
Nov 17

Only seeing a limited amount of content on the group?

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I recommend all become acquainted with the many subfolders of files and subfolders of links in our library. You can also use either Google Search or Yahoo
Roleigh Martin
4
posts
Nov 14

More solitary experience

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The cross-country part of that day-hike (eastbound to Lake Arrowhead) can be tricky, the descent to the South Fork of Woods Creek is either big rocks or Sandy
Jeffrey
18
posts
Nov 13

Cheap mammoth lodging options

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I stayed in one of the hiker cabins in August and thought it was a great deal and it also includes tokens for two showers. I did a short review with some
Mike Mineart
15
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Nov 7

JMT hike

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You're welcome. The SoBo route has been described as "the grand crescendo of the Sierra," with the trail, passes and peaks getting steadily higher along the
Jeffrey
16
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Nov 4
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