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Steve S (idahosteve) - BPL Forum Member

My Locale Idaho
About Me Left the climbing arena recently, and am now lightening my load in anticipation of wandering all over the high country!
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My Website URLhttp://www.getlostoffroad.com
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All Forum Posts by Steve S

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Re: Greater Yellowstone area BPL folks?
West side of Idaho......

In Hiking Partners / Group Trip Announcements » Greater Yellowstone area BPL folks?
May 13, 4:38pm

Re: Born to Run ??
I run, and this book changed my mechanics. I ran all thru high school, have run for years and years.... now at 50+, I actually run faster, with less effort than ever before. Also, I laughed my butt...

In Chaff » Born to Run ??
April 29, 7:29pm

Re: Re: Re: Sierra High Route + Bushbuddy
the 4 oz net. I used a Wally world IMUSA mug, and made a cozy for it. Worked really well! Kept food and liquid really hot while the meal re-hydrated. Used the stove every morning except one, and ev...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Sierra High Route + Bushbuddy
April 29, 7:25pm

Re: City of Rocks
there are some good day hiking routes around the City, but beware of the private property issues. Much of the land is private. That said, you could try and move up in elevation just to see how far ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » ID/UT/WY?
April 29, 7:22pm

Re: Sierra High Route + Bushbuddy
you won't be having much luck using that stove... like the others are saying, as you hit 10,000 feet, fires are prohibited. With the vast majority of the route at or above this elevation, you ...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Sierra High Route + Bushbuddy
April 20, 8:58pm

Re: Sierra High Route - Trail Runners
I used a pair of Sportiva's, the wildcats, and LOVED them! They were awesome. I put some Dirty Girl Gaiters on them, and never had a problem...

In Pre-Trip Planning » Sierra High Route - Trail Runners
April 02, 10:02pm

Re: Re: Re: National Geographic TOPO! Software
you should be able to continue to split the route over and over again. Try clicking out of the route, then go back to it, and it should let you do it again. At worst, just add a short bit, then era...

In Pre-Trip Planning » National Geographic TOPO! Software
April 02, 10:00pm

Re: Roads end starting point
I hiked this section last yr, and it was superb, and quite spectacular. It would be a fantastic section to hike. If you need any other details, drop me a pm

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Sierra High Route -What sectin would you recommend
April 02, 9:56pm

Re: SHR solo in a single thru-hike??
Brent, after getting my butt hammered for eight days last season on the SHR, and the JMT, I can only tell you that what you think you are capable of doing on the east coast, and what you are proba...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » SHR solo in a single thru-hike??
March 19, 6:18pm

petroglyphs of the Owyhee
Great report! Living on the edge of one of the most remote desert areas of the west; I am talking about the Owyhee Desert. I am fortunate to spend a lot of time wandering out here in the "Big...

In Post-Trip Reports » McHale Bump goes to a Secret Place
March 07, 9:29pm

All Reader Reviews by Steve S

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Snow Peak LiteMax
I decided to go with the cannister stove out of familarity instead of alcohol. I'm a new UL user, transitioning from a technical climbing background. The old MSR gas stoves were our mainstay for m...

In Stoves - Canister
July 12, 8:39am