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Re: Boulder
BTW, I think the B (or any of the B series buses) costs $5 from downtown Denver.

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Dayhikes accessible from Denver?
May 31, 3:20pm

Boulder
Take the B bus to Boulder. Get off at Broadway & Baseline. Walk a mile west to Chautauqua - hiking central. Going up Green Mtn from there is nice. Or get off the B at Table Mesa & Broadway,...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Dayhikes accessible from Denver?
May 31, 9:14am

SD Cloud
SD Cloud pants might work. Just 3.5oz.

In GEAR » ultra light rain pants for ultra running/fastpacking
May 23, 2:48pm

Cloud Airshell
I have one. Have only used it for running so far - a high intensity activity - and only in moderate rain. My experience is that it is pretty much what people concluded based on the data. It is p...

In GEAR » Sierra Designs Cloud Airshell 4 ounce raincoat
May 22, 3:53pm

Lifetime of Adventure
Someone suggested that BPL folks might be interested in my post over at the Ultimate Direction Blog (thanks Alan!). Not about backpacking, but about outdoor adventure in general. Actually, these da...

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » Lifetime of Adventure
May 15, 12:08pm

Vertical K
Sportiva Vertical K is another option for your desert stuff Brenden. Buzz wore them for our Maze / Happy / SMBC loop and found that sand stayed out of them very well. They won't be as durable a...

In GEAR » need trail runners for very rocky/talus/scree conditions
May 08, 6:13pm

Re: @ Eugene (or anyone) re: Anakondas
I've used the X Countrys and the Anakondas. They are similar, but the Anakonda does feel generally stiffer. I've had some rubbing issues on my heel with the Anakondas that I never experie...

In GEAR » need trail runners for very rocky/talus/scree conditions
May 08, 4:35pm

Re: Re: SD Cloud
Had my first rain test of the SD Cloud. I have men's S and it weighs in at just 3.3oz. I ran for 100 min. In intermittent, moderate rain, temps in 50s, so rather warm for a shell of any kind. T...

In GEAR » 5 oz Hardshell?
May 08, 1:23pm

Helios
While you're at it check out the Sportiva Helios. 4mm drop, 230g, very wide toe box, excellent rock plate & good cushion for such a light shoe. I've also found them to be exceptionally ...

In GEAR » need trail runners for very rocky/talus/scree conditions
May 06, 8:32am

Re: What's so great about the JMT?
I don't think anyone mentioned: 222 miles & does not cross a road. PB (JMT '00, '03, '12)

In General Lightweight Backpacking Discussion » What's so great about the JMT?
May 05, 7:10pm

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