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Re: Backpacking solo
There are a number of thread s on here ans elsewhere on the web that I think would be more useful to you than any article or book I've seen on the subject, simply because they present a wide va...

In Philosophy & Technique » Backpacking solo
March 21, 12:02pm

Re: Early sierra trip...
At the moment, further south equals less snow. from tahoe south to northern yosemite has the most snow, southern areas show less on the sensors.

In Pre-Trip Planning » Early sierra trip...
March 21, 11:57am

one to both read and look at
This will give you inspiration as well as a feel for what it's like - it's more than just a photo gallery, has a nice story to it as well:

In Pre-Trip Planning » Book to read on the sierras
March 20, 9:58am

Re: Extending my 3-season gear for snow camping
If you aim for late April you generally get past the last of the real storms. March is usually fairly stormy. Plus longer days in April. also - LOTS of sunscreen, and a good sunhat with wide brim. ...

In Winter Hiking » Extending my 3-season gear for snow camping
March 19, 6:04pm

Re: Nido or Peak
May sound weird but how about infant Formula? actually tastes pretty good,better than lowfat powdered milk for sure, maybe even more calories than powdered milk.

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Nido or Peak?
March 19, 3:12pm

Logan or Hudson
There are a variety of recipes out there if you look for "Logan Bread" - and others if you look for "Hudson's Bay Bread" which is usually pretty similar

In Food, Hydration, and Nutrition » Loganbread question
March 19, 3:09pm

Re: Sleeping Wth Your Food in Black Bear Country
Altitude has very little to do with it. Bears will go wherever they think they will find food. And anywhere along a well-traveled trail in a national park in the Sierra tends to qualify. If you wer...

In Philosophy & Technique » Sleeping Wth Your Food in Black Bear Country
March 19, 2:57pm

Re: Re: Re: Conditions in Tuolumne, Hwy 120?
I can't recommend anything particular out of Badger Pass: never skied that area. Desolation is nice - you'll see some people usually, but not lots, and no 'bilers. Echo Lakes is the wa...

In Winter Hiking » Conditions in Tuolumne, Hwy 120?
March 19, 1:15pm

Re: thanks
I'd say almost any 2-300 miles in the High Sierra between Sonora pass and Cottonwood pass. The JMT is great, it's a classic, but it also has quite a few people on it and there is just as mu...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Your favorite 200-300 miles
March 18, 12:13pm

Re: Conditions in Tuolumne, Hwy 120?
There is a winter conditions update page on the YNP website but it hasn't been updated for a long time - connections must be down to the rangers who are up there. According to the remote snow s...

In Winter Hiking » Conditions in Tuolumne, Hwy 120?
March 18, 12:07pm

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