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Re: Snowshoe recommendations
John, I have the MSR Evo ascents. The ascent part works great in the sierras but would have limited value in the smokies since there are few places where you would be doing 1000' ascents. I ...

In GEAR » Snowshoe recommendations
June 06, 11:39am

My dilema
So many options for 6/11-13. Opening Tioga Road just complicated it. 1) Tuolumne Meadows north on the PCT via snowshoes 2) Muir Ranch up Goddard Canyon, cross country to Wanda lake and back to M...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Your California Pass Opening Report
June 03, 6:03pm

Rae Lakes Loop - Snow Report
Did the Rae Lakes loop the weekend before memorial day, trip report pending. The trail was virtually snow free all the way up Woods Creek till the suspension bridge. There was small patches of sn...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » need advice on where to go in CA
June 03, 11:58am

Re: Re: Mt100s
Nick, How would the terrain you went through compare to typical PCT tread? I have been using the XA Pro's and was thinking of picking up some MT100's as an alternative for my thru-hike ne...

In GEAR » Minimalist Footwear Recommendations for Hiking
June 01, 11:45am

Re: "Best Practices: Saving Time in the Morning"
David, I haven't played with a neoair so I dont know how flexible it is. If it's flexible then maybe you could stuff along with bag/quilt. I just pull my ridgerest out and pack seperate.

In Philosophy & Technique » Best Practices: Saving Time in the Morning
June 01, 11:02am

Why a tarp?
Why even mess with a tarp? I can see taking one in the unlikely chance you have rain at night but a tarp just blocks out the stars. I usually go the other route and use a bivy without a tarp.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Tarp without bivy?
June 01, 10:58am

Re: Atlanta
In Canton. Usually do a trip once a month on the AT. Finished up GA and have moved into NC. Have to balance my GA hiking with my trips into the Sierra. Would love to get together with fellow lo...

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Atlanta
June 01, 10:54am

Re: Bushwhacking, Volume, and Outerwear
I do my off trail in the Sierras so the main challenge I'm facing is talus and likely more snow. My base gear works fine, even my trail runners. I do make sure I carry a GPS off trail vs. opt...

In GEAR » Bushwhacking, Volume, and Outerwear
June 01, 9:06am

Re: re: camp ritual
+1 on David's suggestion. It's usually below freezing where I go in the morning and I need to be on the trail quick to get warmed up. I do eat about 500 calories of no cook snacks as I pa...

In Philosophy & Technique » Best Practices: Saving Time in the Morning
June 01, 9:03am

Re: TRT No. 2
I will be up on the trail that weekend with a group. Hope to see you wiz by. Planning a 5 day hike later in July. Are you concerned with the snowpack slowing you down this early?

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » TRT No. 2
May 31, 8:37am

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