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Nov 11 2020
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34 male
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 Portland, OR
Klickitat Trail - Upper Swale Canyon, WA 
Klickitat Trail - Upper Swale Canyon, WA
 
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Hiking15.90 Miles 688 AEG
Hiking15.90 Miles   5 Hrs   40 Mns   2.81 mph
688 ft AEG5 LBS Pack
 
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Hiked the upper portion of Klickitat Trail into Upper Swale Canyon. Chilly day with temps in the upper 30s/low 40s and quite breezy, at least for the first half of the day. Not too many people on trail- only encountered 4 other groups all day- it appears this trail is mostly popular among the mountain biking crowd. Spotted several small groups of deer grazing the hillsides high above the canyon.
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Nov 02 2020
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Thomas Lake Trail #111Volcano, WA
Volcano, WA
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Hiking12.56 Miles 1,581 AEG
Hiking12.56 Miles   6 Hrs      2.09 mph
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Started from the west side of Indian Heaven Wilderness with Tim and did a giant loop. Clear skies with temps in the 50s- much different conditions than my trip just a couple of days ago. Felt really good to be able to hike in just a t-shirt, almost felt like summer again...

Meadows & Lakes of Indian Heaven are as scenic as ever. The ice has subsided a bit since my last hike- but the rain & cold weather returns this week and the area will soon be blanketed in snow.
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Oct 30 2020
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 Portland, OR
East Crater Trail to Junction LakeVolcano, WA
Volcano, WA
Hiking avatar Oct 30 2020
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Hiking10.64 Miles 1,282 AEG
Hiking10.64 Miles   5 Hrs   30 Mns   1.93 mph
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Beautiful day wandering through the core of the Indian Heaven Wilderness. Temps in the 40s, overcast and windy- but no rain and the sun started to break through the clouds at the very end. Only encountered 3 people all day.

Started from East Crater TH just after noon. All of the wilderness was snow free (which is quite surprising for late October), but the lakes/creeks/streams are all beginning to ice over. Did a clockwise loop up the PCT and then over to Deep Lake where the wind was howling. I had planned to head over to Lemei Rock, but ultimately decided it wasn't worth it in the high wind & fog.

Had to access TH the long way through Trout Lake due to road construction between Stevenson/Carson. This ended up making for a nice fall drive through clusters of Larch trees along Carson Guler Rd.
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Deer Lake Junction Lake Lemei Lake
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Larch Trees in color along the drive to the trailhead. Probably another week or so until they are at prime color. No Larch trees seen in the wilderness though
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Oct 26 2020
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 Portland, OR
Elk Meadows Trail #645North Central, OR
North Central, OR
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Hiking7.63 Miles 1,512 AEG
Hiking7.63 Miles   4 Hrs   9 Mns   1.84 mph
1,512 ft AEG
 
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Started from Elk Meadow Trailhead and followed Newton Creek Trail up to the Timberline Trail. After Crossing Newton Creek I headed back down to Elk Meadow- followed the perimeter trail and soaked in the views of Mt. Hood before returning to the trailhead.

Beautiful day for a hike- sunny and clear skies. Although the parking lot had almost a dozen vehicles in it when I arrived I only encountered 1 other group the entire day. Temps were in the low 40s and it feels like winter is just around the corner. There was a light dusting of snow/ice in the shade and needle ice along the trail.
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Sep 22 2020
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 Portland, OR
Divide Camp TrailVolcano, WA
Volcano, WA
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Hiking9.10 Miles 2,269 AEG
Hiking9.10 Miles   5 Hrs      1.82 mph
2,269 ft AEG9 LBS Pack
 
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Celebrated the first day of Fall by driving up to Mt. Adams and doing some off trail exploration to a set of glacial tarns near the 7000' level. Beautiful day with patchy clouds and temps in the 60s. Parking lot was full, but I only saw a handful of people all day (probably helped that half my time was spent off trail and well above treeline).
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Mount Adams Mount Rainier
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Glacier
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Jul 09 2020
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 Portland, OR
Crown Lake #3362, OR 
Crown Lake #3362, OR
 
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Hiking1.00 Miles 250 AEG
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Quick stroll to check out this lake after finishing my Jefferson Park overnight trip.
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Jul 08 2020
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 Portland, OR
Bear PointNorth Central, OR
North Central, OR
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Backpack14.51 Miles 4,948 AEG
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Hit the trail around 1430 and headed up to Bear Point. Temps in the 70s and sunny, the trail winds through dense forest for the first two miles and was quite well shaded. After the split to Bear Point the trail begins to climb more steeply and views opened up. Couple lingering snow drifts at the top and some mosquitoes, but the views were worth it.

Back down on the main trail I continued on toward Jefferson Park. Area still has a good amount of snow on the ground, the mosquitoes are only just beginning to hatch and are not yet a problem. I was surprised by the number of people camped in Jefferson Park- most of which must have come in from the easier southern trailhead. I opted to find a more secluded spot for myself and camped on the outskirts near a meadow with nice views of Mt. Jefferson.

Got an early start the next morning and was on trail by around 0500. In the last bit of twilight I could just make out the twinkling light of a climber near the top of Mt. Jefferson as I broke camp.
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Jul 01 2020
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 Portland, OR
Broken Top Loop TrailNortheast, OR
Northeast, OR
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Backpack22.44 Miles 3,388 AEG
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Started from Little Three Creek Lake Trailhead around 1600. Sunny with temps in the 60s. Trail is in good condition. I did the loop in a counterclockwise direction. Took a detour to Golden Lake to check out the view, but decided not to camp there since there was already another group set up. My alternative plan was to camp on the saddle above Green Lake, but it was incredibly windy and cold, so I continued to drop down towards Green Lake. Lots of people camped there- I guess with July 4th coming up it makes sense. I continued on to the very far end of the special camping zone and found a secluded spot on a knoll with a view of Broken Top and South Sister.

On trail around 0500 the next morning. Clouds/Fog blowing down off of South Sister and Broken Top made for some really cool lighting. Lots of snow on the approach to Broken Top, didn't have traction issues- but I was carrying micro spikes so I figured I would use them. No Name Lake at the base of Broken Top is just starting to thaw and looks REALLY cool. Didn't see anyone all morning until I was only about an hour or two out from the trailhead on the ridge section.
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Jun 25 2020
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 Portland, OR
Summit Prairie Trail #2Volcano, WA
Volcano, WA
Backpack avatar Jun 25 2020
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Backpack22.60 Miles 5,221 AEG
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5,221 ft AEG9 LBS Pack
 
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Road to Summit Prairie Trailhead is blocked by a large tree (about 4' diameter) that has fallen across the road 1.5 miles before the trailhead. I parked on the side of the road and walked the additional mileage to start the hike. Weather was sunny, temps in the 80s.

After the initial unexpected road walk, I dropped down Quartz Creek Butte #5B down to the Quartz Creek ford. The water was only about calf deep and made for an easy crossing. After a break on the far bank, I headed north on Quartz Creek #5.

The upper reaches of Quartz Creek are overgrown and littered with down trees. It's also inhabited by a seemingly infinite number of spiders who all decided the best place to display their webs was directly across the trail- typically at face height. While I don't normally take issues with spiders, getting web to the face repeatedly all afternoon got old really fast.

Turning west on French Creek 5C the trail conditions actually improved for a bit as the trail leveled out and followed the creek for a couple miles. However the trail all but completely disappeared as soon as it began to switchback out of the canyon. It's completely overgrown and the tread is mostly gone.

I turned east on Boundary Trail #1. It's also a shared use trail w/ off road vehicles and has a very deeply rutted tread from years of dirtbike use. Being early in the season there didn't appear to be any sign of people riding it recently- probably due to the several downed trees that were blocking the path along the way. I can get by them on foot, but a motorcycle definitely wouldn't be able to. :lol:

Dropped down to Dark Meadow right around sunset. I was looking for a campsite but couldn't find anything in the immediate area. This was also the only place on the trail I had encountered mosquitoes so far- so I decided to push ahead and see if I could find something further up trail.

I ran out of daylight a couple miles later. I hadn't found any pre-existing campsites and I couldn't find a large enough patch of flat ground on the ridge to set up camp- so I kept hiking until I reached Summit Prairie. Exhausted and irritated, I threw down my pad and quilt in the only patch of semi-flat/mostly dry dirt that I could find next to the trail junction in the otherwise snow-covered meadow.

Broke camp the next morning before sunrise and headed south on Summit Prairie #2. Had some nice views of Mt. Adams, Mt. Rainier, and the Goat Rocks Wilderness in the early morning light. As the trail followed the ridgeline it hit intermittent patches of snow and I was glad to have brought microspikes with me. The trail in this section is very well maintained, so once I began to drop off the ridge and leave the snow- the last several miles went by very quickly.

Note to Self- This is not an ideal way to access the Dark Divide. Way too much effort to get to any of the viewpoints. I would access it from the north side around Jumbo Peak if I was to do this again.
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Some Indian paintbrush, Lupine, Yellow Avalanche Lily
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Jun 22 2020
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 Joined Aug 16 2006
 Portland, OR
Elk Creek Trail #3510North Central, OR
North Central, OR
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Backpack22.02 Miles 3,247 AEG
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3,247 ft AEG11 LBS Pack
 
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Parked at South Fork McKenzie Trailhead and hiked Elk Creek Trail into the Three Sisters Wilderness. Got a late start and was on trail at about 1630. Temps in the mid 80s and sunny. Trail is in pretty good condition, overgrown a bit and the occasional down log, but not bad for a trail that doesn't get much traffic. Started to encounter mosquitoes at about 4200' and they became increasingly worse as I continued to climb, fortunately I had pre-treated all my clothes in permetherin, otherwise it would have been completely unbearable.

I had planned on camping at Junction Lake, but it was tough to sit still with all the mosquitoes, so I decided to push a bit further and check out Mink Lake. Ended up finding a terrific campsite on a rocky outcropping along the north shore of the lake. Watched the sunset as a couple night hawks flew back and forth across the lake. The mosquitoes slowly subsided as dusk turned to complete darkness and I retreated to bed.

The next morning I hiked out to Cliff Lake (simply because it has an intriguing name). The actual path to the lake is unmarked, but pretty easy to find if you know what you are looking for. There is a large wooden shelter set up by the outlet to the creek- I had absolutely no idea it existed and hadn't seen it marked on maps, so it made for a really cool find.

After Cliff Lake, I followed the PCT south, looping around the south side of Packsaddle Mountain and following the Elk Creek Trail back down to the parking lot. Fun trip overall- despite the heat and the mosquitoes. Only saw 1 other group camped along the SE shore of Mink Lake when I was hiking out in the morning.
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Rhododendrons in flower. Some Indian Paintbrush, Lupine, and Beargrass blooming as well
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Jun 19 2020
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 Portland, OR
Whetstone Ridge To Twin Lakes TrailNorth Central, OR
North Central, OR
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Hiking18.05 Miles 4,193 AEG
Hiking18.05 Miles   9 Hrs   35 Mns   1.88 mph
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Started from Whetstone Ridge Trailhead, only 1 other car in the gravel lot. Temps in the mid/upper 70s and sunny.

Followed Whetstone Ridge out to the Twin Lakes trail junction. From there I headed south and skirted around the east side of Battle Ax Mountain. After reaching the 4x4 rd above Elk Lake I headed west over Beachie Saddle and followed Battle Ax Creek drainage north. Creek crossing at the bottom was just about knee deep and a little brisk. Made the climb back up to Whetstone Ridge and up to Whetstone Peak before heading back to the trailhead.

Clouds developed as the day progressed and I didn't hike quite as fast as I had planned, so I arrived at Whetstone Mountain by headlamp to a disappointing view. Still a fun day though. Encountered 4-5 other groups of backpackers on trail, no day hikers.
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Rhododendrons are really starting to pop
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Jun 16 2020
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Placid Lake and Chenamus Lake TrailVolcano, WA
Volcano, WA
Hiking avatar Jun 16 2020
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Hiking7.66 Miles 1,481 AEG
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Cold/Rainy hike into the upper sections of Indian Heaven Wilderness. There was 1 other car in the parking lot when I arrived, but the owners soon returned carrying float tubes and a 14" trout they had pulled out of Placid Lake (shockingly large for a lake that appears deceptively shallow).

Some moderate size drifts of snow and ice up to Placid Lake, but mostly bare ground. Snow progressively increased as I headed up to Chenamus Lake and then up towards the PCT.

Eventually lost the trail in the snow about 3/4 of a mile before reaching the PCT intersection. I retraced my steps for a bit, but couldn't find any sign of the trail, so I decided to bushwhack up a snow covered ridge until I eventually intersected the PCT.

Followed the PCT north until I reached the PCT/Placid Lake junction marker. Although I wanted to continue up to Wood Lake, I knew it wouldn't be fun to continue to struggle with the snow covered trail, so I decided to head back at this point.
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Jun 14 2020
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Twin Springs TH to Salmon Mountain, OR 
Twin Springs TH to Salmon Mountain, OR
 
Hiking avatar Jun 14 2020
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Hiking10.00 Miles 1,804 AEG
Hiking10.00 Miles   5 Hrs   10 Mns   1.94 mph
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Overcast with temps in the upper 40s/low 50s. Looked like it was going to rain, but got lucky and stayed dry. Last 1/4 mile or so of the road to the trailhead is still covered w/ patches of snow that are 1-2 feet deep, so I parked a little ways back and walked in.

Had the trail to myself (as usual). This is another mostly forgotten trail that wanders deep into the Salmon-Huckleberry Wilderness. The trail itself is a bit rugged and has a fair amount of downed trees and branches to scramble over/under/around, but it's never hard to follow. Really great views from Sheepshead Rock and from Salmon Mountain.
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Jun 11 2020
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Rimrock Trail #704North Central, OR
North Central, OR
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Hiking12.38 Miles 2,366 AEG
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Intended on hiking into Serene Lake/Rock Lakes area via Shellrock Trailhead, but the small parking lot was already full so I decided to use a lesser known alternative to hike into the area.

Rimrock Trailhead is well marked and the trail is easy to follow, but it's clear it doesn't see much use. As such, I had a nice pleasant hike and didn't see anyone all day. I expected to encounter multiple parties camped at Shellrock Lake, but it was apparently empty.
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Jun 04 2020
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Observation Trail to Observation PeakVolcano, WA
Volcano, WA
Hiking avatar Jun 04 2020
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Hiking13.00 Miles 3,406 AEG
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Hiked up to Observation Peak using trail 132 & #192 to form a loop. Beautiful day with temps in the 60s and mostly sunny. The entire climb to the peak is well shaded from the sun and went by super quick. Encountered about a dozen people on trail all day. Trail feels more remote than it really is- despite being one of the easiest accessible wilderness areas near Portland.
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May 31 2020
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 Portland, OR
Dickey Creek #553, OR 
Dickey Creek #553, OR
 
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Hiking12.28 Miles 2,569 AEG
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Hiked up Dickey Creek Trail #553 to Big Slide Lake. Pleasantly surprised to find the trailhead completely empty upon arrival. Slightly overcast and in the 60s to being with, but the sun eventually broke through and it warmed up.

Trail is a bit rugged, with lots of downed trees and deadfall, but still easy to follow. Trail only crosses the creek one time, otherwise it is too far away to see it. Big Slide Lake is shallow and full of newts, but otherwise not too exciting. Tried to hike up to Welcome Lakes to form a loop, but hit heavy snow at the trail junction and decided to abort my plans.
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May 28 2020
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Old Baldy Trail #502 - Mount HoodNorth Central, OR
North Central, OR
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Hiking7.31 Miles 2,191 AEG
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Started from FR4614. Only a couple of patches of snow left on the road. Trail was mostly snow free until about a hundred yards before the Tumala Mtn Junction. Several very slick and steep patches of snow on the last bit of the climb to the viewpoint- very happy to have brought micro spikes with me.

After visiting Tumala Mtn, I continued east along the ridge above Tumala Lakes. I noticed an overgrown trail that descended the south side of the ridge and was unmarked on the maps- so I followed it down to the valley floor and checked out the first meadow.

Back up on the ridge, I continued east to the main trailhead on FR4610 before retracing my steps.
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May 26 2020
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 Portland, OR
Cripple Creek TrailNorth Central, OR
North Central, OR
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Hiking11.38 Miles 1,807 AEG
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Hiked up to Cache Meadow and the Serene Lake Overlook. I was able to drive part way to the upper trailhead via FR4635, but eventually was stopped by countless down trees that were blocking the road, so I got to do a bit of road walking. Even came across a Subaru that was stuck among the down trees and would need a chainsaw to get free (on my return trip a path had been cut for the car and it was gone).

Despite the road being covered in down trees, the trail itself was in great condition. Didn't hit snow until I hit the Cache Meadow Trail. The meadow itself is nicely melted out. I had a late start and didn't have enough time to make it to Serene Lake, but I headed up the hill to the overlook before heading back down to my truck.
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Cache Meadow Serene Lake
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May 20 2020
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Fish Creek Mountain TrailNorth Central, OR
North Central, OR
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Hiking5.22 Miles 1,727 AEG
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Light to Moderate Rain. Very windy. Foggy. Temps in the 40s. Trail was clear up to the High Lake turnoff, then instantly hit snow as I started to drop towards the lake. Much more snow than I anticipated. I had microspikes, but the snow was a wet/slushy consistency so I still had traction issues, lost the trail several times on the way down to the lake and eventually decided it wasn't worth the effort and turned around short.
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Isolated patches of Trillium, Indian Paintbrush, and various orchids/lillies
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Mar 09 2020
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White Owl CanyonVegas, NV
Vegas, NV
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Hiking2.25 Miles 350 AEG
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Fun stop to check out the canyon on my way back to Vegas. Short and sweet hike- convenient if you are in the area, but not worth going too far out of your way to check it out.
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