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Sugarloaf Mtn - Flagstaff, AZ
2010-04-026 by
 
Flagstaff, AZ
 
Snowshoeing7.80 Miles          
2,100 ft AEG   
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Started at the bottom of the closed road to Lockett Meadow. We went to Lockett Meadow and then decided to climb Sugarloaf. We took a pretty direct route :) .We had lunch up on top and we were rewarded with some pretty sweet views. The trip down was fun on some of the steeper slopes. We headed back and did some more climbing and did some more sliding. We ended up on private property and backtracked a little after some more sliding. This was a fun trip. I was great meeting Joel(nonsnowuss) and he even wore is 5 fingers. Thanks for driving.
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