Month: August 2020

More Teams to Pakistan and Manaslu + Liberty Bell – Liberty Crack – WA + AZ Hiker Fights Wildfire

More teams heading to Pakistan and Manaslu – from Explorersweb.com website
Liberty Bell – Liberty Crack – N Cascades WA – Trip report with pictures – CascadeClimbers.com
Arizona trail runner heads out for training run. Ends up fighting wild fire – SnowBrains.com
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https://explorersweb.com/2020/08/31/more-teams-heading-for-pakistan-and-to-manaslu/ — More teams heading to Pakistan – and Manaslu.

https://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/topic/103644-tr-liberty-bell-liberty-crack-08272020/ — Liberty Bell – Liberty Crack – N Cascades – WA — Trip report with pictures.

https://snowbrains.com/arizona-trail-runner-heads-out-for-training-run-and-ends-up-fighting-wildfire/ – Arizona trail runner ends up fighting wildfire

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More teams heading to Pakistan and Manaslu – from Explorersweb.com website
Liberty Bell – Liberty Crack – N Cascades WA – Trip report with pictures – CascadeClimbers.com
Arizona trail runner heads out for training run. Ends up fighting wild fire – SnowBrains.com
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https://explorersweb.com/2020/08/31/more-teams-heading-for-pakistan-and-to-manaslu/ — More teams heading to Pakistan – and Manaslu.
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https://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/topic/103644-tr-liberty-bell-liberty-crack-08272020/ — Liberty Bell – Liberty Crack – N Cascades – WA — Trip report with pictures.



https://snowbrains.com/arizona-trail-runner-heads-out-for-training-run-and-ends-up-fighting-wildfire/ – Arizona trail runner ends up fighting wildfire
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Aiguille Noire de Peuterey Speed Solo + Muchu Chhish Traverse Passed + Mount Helen WY

Filip Babicz speed solos Aiguille Noire de Peuterey – Mont Blanc massif – PlanetMountain.com
Muchu Chhish – Traverse passed – from Mountain.ru – English translation available
Mount Helen – Wyoming – Report with pictures by Matt Lemke at Summitpost.org
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https://cys-hiking-adventures.blogspot.com/2020/08/aiguille-noire-de-peuterey-speed-solo.html — Filip Babicz speed solos Aiguille Noire de Peuterey in the Mont Blanc massif.

http://mountain.ru/news/index.php?id_class_news=0#23685 — Muchu Chhish – Traverse Passed – (English translation supplied.)

https://www.summitpost.org/mount-helen/154058 — Mount Helen – Wyoming

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Filip Babicz speed solos Aiguille Noire de Peuterey – Mont Blanc massif – PlanetMountain.com
Muchu Chhish – Traverse passed – from Mountain.ru – English translation available
Mount Helen – Wyoming – Report with pictures by Matt Lemke at Summitpost.org
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https://cys-hiking-adventures.blogspot.com/2020/08/aiguille-noire-de-peuterey-speed-solo.html — Filip Babicz speed solos Aiguille Noire de Peuterey in the Mont Blanc massif.
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http://mountain.ru/news/index.php?id_class_news=0#23685 — Muchu Chhish – Traverse Passed – (English translation supplied.)
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https://www.summitpost.org/mount-helen/154058 — Mount Helen – Wyoming


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Heritage Park August 30, 2020

My friend put a shout out for a photography outing at Heritage Park! I jumped on that wagon like there was no tomorrow. We last shared “out & about” time in early February so we were long overdue for a, face to face from two metres, catch up. Life happens and we go down different paths for a short distance and time, but as friends, our paths always circle back around.
These days tickets for the Park need to be purchased online in advance for a certain time slot entrance. They are offered at a discount and free parking is also offered. We met at the parking lot, discussed a plan for the day and voiced our feelings on comfort level and distancing. Why was I not surprised to find we were on the same page.
We enjoyed a gorgeous day wandering and meandering all over Heritage Park. As it was a photography outing, I do have many photos to share which are displayed below with some bundled into collages. After close to five hours of roaming, we topped off our get together savouring speciality ..

My friend put a shout out for a photography outing at Heritage Park! I jumped on that wagon like there was no tomorrow. We last shared "out & about" time in early February so we were long overdue for a, face to face from two metres, catch up. Life happens and we go down different paths for a short distance and time, but as friends, our paths always circle back around.
These days tickets for the Park need to be purchased online in advance for a certain time slot entrance. They are offered at a discount and free parking is also offered. We met at the parking lot, discussed a plan for the day and voiced our feelings on comfort level and distancing. Why was I not surprised to find we were on the same page.
We enjoyed a gorgeous day wandering and meandering all over Heritage Park. As it was a photography outing, I do have many photos to share which are displayed below with some bundled into collages. After close to five hours of roaming, we topped off our get together savouring speciality drinks while sitting on the shore of the Glenmore Reservoir.
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I’ll clean my house in the winter

Like flipping a switch, fall has come to the mountains. We awoke to a breeze with a bite and temperatures in the low thirties. It was clear: summer is gone.

We had backpacked into a lake accessed by a steep user trail, descending from the main trail to a place few people visit. As usual, cars had been parked way down the road, but we knew nobody else would be here. To get to this lake requires a lengthy climb and then a rocky, slow descent. I won't name the lake here; it is on the maps. If you want to get there, you can.
Old miner's cabin on the way to the lakeA fire the year before reached the lake, burning to the water's edge. The usual campsite was surrounded by terrifying dead trees, and some had fallen already. A steady wind convinced us to pitch our tents in a safer spot. It will be a long time before this lake heals. I showed my companion the piles of white ash, a sign of severe fire. It was likely that no seed bed remained in these places, and even though we ha..

Like flipping a switch, fall has come to the mountains. We awoke to a breeze with a bite and temperatures in the low thirties. It was clear: summer is gone.

We had backpacked into a lake accessed by a steep user trail, descending from the main trail to a place few people visit. As usual, cars had been parked way down the road, but we knew nobody else would be here. To get to this lake requires a lengthy climb and then a rocky, slow descent. I won't name the lake here; it is on the maps. If you want to get there, you can.

Old miner's cabin on the way to the lake

A fire the year before reached the lake, burning to the water's edge. The usual campsite was surrounded by terrifying dead trees, and some had fallen already. A steady wind convinced us to pitch our tents in a safer spot. It will be a long time before this lake heals. I showed my companion the piles of white ash, a sign of severe fire. It was likely that no seed bed remained in these places, and even though we have had a wet, lush summer, nothing has come back yet. However, this place is resilient, and perhaps in my lifetime it will be safer to camp here again.


It was perhaps one of the last lake swims of the summer, so I had to do it. We read our books and thought about all the places we have been. In a Covid silver lining, I have now hiked almost every trail in this wilderness, and have about 12 named lakes to get to, having been to 57 (not all this year). We agreed that next year is the year for travel, should that be a possibility.

Shivering in our puffys, we packed up the next morning for the slog back out. On the ridge we pondered the possibility of descending to the unnamed lakes far below. It was likely even less people had ever been there. Of course we wanted to go.

But not today. We rolled into town late on a Sunday afternoon. I walked into my house in dismay, realizing just how unclean it was. Don't get me wrong, I vacuum on a regular basis, clean the kitchen and the bathroom. But I knew that a deeper clean really was needed. But who has the time? I'd rather be outside, and with fall kicking in, time was getting short. I'll clean my house in the winter.

Sunset at the lake of burnt trees

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Muchu Chhish PK – To Traverse + Sasso della Undici – Marmoloda Dolomites + Kraft Mountain – Nevada

Muchu Chhish – PK – We went to the Traverse – from Mountain.ru – English translation supplied
High infidelity climbed Sasso della Undici – Marmaloda Dolomites – from PlanetMountain.com
Kraft Mountain – Nevada – from Meetup.com – Vegas Hikers – Pictures on slideshow
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http://mountain.ru/news/index.php?id_class_news=0#23682 — Muchu Chhish – We went to the traverse. (English translation available)

https://www.planetmountain.com/en/news/alpinism/alta-infedelta-climbed-sasso-delle-undici-marmolada-dolomites.html – High infidelity climbed Sasso della Undici – Marmaloda Dolomites – Italy

https://www.meetup.com/VegasHikers/photos/31039648/ — Kraft Mountain Peak – down the back side – Nevada – pictures
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Muchu Chhish – PK – We went to the Traverse – from Mountain.ru – English translation supplied
High infidelity climbed Sasso della Undici – Marmaloda Dolomites – from PlanetMountain.com
Kraft Mountain – Nevada – from Meetup.com – Vegas Hikers – Pictures on slideshow
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http://mountain.ru/news/index.php?id_class_news=0#23682 — Muchu Chhish – We went to the traverse. (English translation available)
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Davidson Sanctuary (Millbury, MA)

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I've driven by the sign for Davidson Sanctuary at least 300 times in my life. Maybe more. Hard to tell. But I can't believe it took me this long to check it out.

Located just off Stone Road in Millbury, I believe the trail to basically just be a field, but it's actually an expansive network of nearly 2 miles of trails.

As there are a lot of houses next to it, you're not truly isolated from the world, but with some decent elevation drops and gains, you can get some serious training in here!

There are three trails, the blue, green, and red, and I ended up exploring all of them to some extent.

As I was leaving, I noticed a trail map on the back of the sign for the sanctuary. It's a very helpful reference! Hopefully I will keep stopping here instead of driving right past it in the future!

Total Time: ~20 minutes
Total Distance: ~1.5-2 miles

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I've driven by the sign for Davidson Sanctuary at least 300 times in my life. Maybe more. Hard to tell. But I can't believe it took me this long to check it out.

Located just off Stone Road in Millbury, I believe the trail to basically just be a field, but it's actually an expansive network of nearly 2 miles of trails.

As there are a lot of houses next to it, you're not truly isolated from the world, but with some decent elevation drops and gains, you can get some serious training in here!

There are three trails, the blue, green, and red, and I ended up exploring all of them to some extent.



As I was leaving, I noticed a trail map on the back of the sign for the sanctuary. It's a very helpful reference! Hopefully I will keep stopping here instead of driving right past it in the future!

Total Time: ~20 minutes
Total Distance: ~1.5-2 miles

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GWLT Hike Worcester Series: Moreland Woods

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Moreland Woods is the last installment in my GWLT Hike Worcester Patch series. There are other properties that I will be blogging about in the future, however. The hike for this property can be found HERE.

The trailhead begins at the end of Orrison Road and meanders through the woods until you reach a T junction. At this junction, you can go right or left to start the loop, but I went right.

It's not a long trail, but it's a good one. Especially if you want to do laps around the loop like I did. Otherwise, it is well under a mile round trip. I was able to get about 1.5 to 2 miles according to my GPS by doing 3 laps of the loop.

As this is a hike in Worcester, you are hiking basically on the inside of several neighborhoods, so there are lots of houses around. But despite this, it is a worthy adventure!

Total Time: 17 mins
Total Distance: ~1.49 miles with 3 laps of loop
Total Elevation Gain: ~170 vertical gain for 3 loops

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Moreland Woods is the last installment in my GWLT Hike Worcester Patch series. There are other properties that I will be blogging about in the future, however. The hike for this property can be found HERE.

The trailhead begins at the end of Orrison Road and meanders through the woods until you reach a T junction. At this junction, you can go right or left to start the loop, but I went right.




It's not a long trail, but it's a good one. Especially if you want to do laps around the loop like I did. Otherwise, it is well under a mile round trip. I was able to get about 1.5 to 2 miles according to my GPS by doing 3 laps of the loop.

As this is a hike in Worcester, you are hiking basically on the inside of several neighborhoods, so there are lots of houses around. But despite this, it is a worthy adventure!

Total Time: 17 mins
Total Distance: ~1.49 miles with 3 laps of loop
Total Elevation Gain: ~170 vertical gain for 3 loops

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Guide to Backpacking Yosemite’s Eagle Peak

Yosemite’s Eagle Peak is a classic 24 hour backpacking trip that passes the famous Upper Yosemite Falls. Wake up to views of Half Dome on this epic trip!QUICK HIKE STATSDistance (total): 14.5 miles, 6000 ft elevation gain
Time: In 100 degree heat, it took us 5.5 hours up. On the way down in the morning, 2.5 hours
Trail: Well trafficked and well-marked
Trailhead: Upper Yosemite Falls / Camp 4 in Yosemite Valley
Permits: Overnight permits required but this is one of the easiest permits to obtain!

PERMITS & OTHER PREPARATIONPermits
To prepare for this hike, you’ll need to acquire a backcountry permit here. Choose your hiking date and select Yosemite Valley and Yosemite Falls for your entry point. You can also look up how full each trailhead is here. Yosemite Falls is one of the easiest permits to get because most people who hike here stay in the hotels or do daytrips. I’ve been trying to get a permit for Cloud’s Rest for 5 years now and haven’t been able to – so for those frustrated by ..

Eagle Peak in Yosemite

Yosemite’s Eagle Peak is a classic 24 hour backpacking trip that passes the famous Upper Yosemite Falls. Wake up to views of Half Dome on this epic trip!

QUICK HIKE STATS

Distance (total): 14.5 miles, 6000 ft elevation gain
Time: In 100 degree heat, it took us 5.5 hours up. On the way down in the morning, 2.5 hours
Trail: Well trafficked and well-marked
Trailhead: Upper Yosemite Falls / Camp 4 in Yosemite Valley
Permits: Overnight permits required but this is one of the easiest permits to obtain!

Eagle Peak in Yosemite

PERMITS & OTHER PREPARATION

Permits
To prepare for this hike, you’ll need to acquire a backcountry permit here. Choose your hiking date and select Yosemite Valley and Yosemite Falls for your entry point. You can also look up how full each trailhead is here. Yosemite Falls is one of the easiest permits to get because most people who hike here stay in the hotels or do daytrips. I’ve been trying to get a permit for Cloud’s Rest for 5 years now and haven’t been able to – so for those frustrated by the Yosemite Bots, this is a good alternative!
What to Pack
Because this is only a 24 hour trip and the mileage is fairly short on the first day, we went with some of our heavier but more comfortable equipment. We also packed real food rather than freeze dried food. Here was our packing list:

Hiking Boots

Our cooking setup

THE HIKE

We started off at the Camp4 trailhead after driving a little more than 3.5 hours to Yosemite. We drove up in the morning since we didn’t have permits so we started pretty late in the day at 11AM. Typically I recommend starting Yosemite in the summer MUCH earlier (~7AM). The hike was pretty brutal because of the heat but the views are completely worth it!

The hike up to Upper Yosemite Falls will be tough – lots of switchbacks going back and forth and on tough footing. But you have beautiful views of Yosemite Valley the entire way through! It took us 2 hours to get here, and then we hung around and swam in the pools for another hour. The trick to getting to the pools is to make a left at the junction where it says to go to the outlook (which goes right). You’re effectively heading for Yosemite creek.

Yosemite Creek is also your last spot to fill up water before Eagle Peak so don’t forget to stop here!

Yosemite Creek Water

After filling up water, the hike to Eagle Peak is pretty relaxed. It took us a little less than 2 hours to get there. The hike becomes more shaded and goes through some meadows before making a steeper ascent to the top.

At the top of Eagle Creek, there are only about 5 designated camping spots so you really don’t have a lot of choice! 3 of the campsites have great views of Half Dome and I’d definitely recommend snagging one of those.

Yosemite Creek

On the way to Eagle Peak

Eagle Peak in Yosemite

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Rocky Mountain National Park: Holzwarth Historic Site (Blog Hike #817)

Trail: (unnamed)
Hike Location: Rocky Mountain National Park
Geographic Location: north of Grand Lake, CO (40.37316, -105.85377)
Length: 1.3 miles
Difficulty: 1/10 (Easy)
Last Hiked: July 2020
Overview: A nearly flat but sunny hike to a 1920's dude ranch.
Park Information: https://www.nps.gov/romo/index.htm
Hike Route Map: https://www.mappedometer.com/?maproute=824425
Summary Video: (coming September 18)
Photo Highlight:
Directions to the trailhead: The signed parking lot for Holzwarth Historic Site is located on the west side of US 34 10 miles north of Grand Lake. The hike begins at the far end of the parking lot.
The hike: For my general comments on Rocky Mountain National Park (known locally as “Rocky” for short), see my hike in the park's Wild Basin area. The short and nearly flat hike described here takes you to Holzwarth Historic Site, which preserves a 1920's dude ranch. While this route is not a classic Rocky or even national park hike, it makes an interesting hiking option if you are unable to tackle one of the area's more substantial trails.Trailhead at Holzwarth Historic Site

From the signed trailhead at the rear of the parking area, the short entrance trail leads you to a cabin that now serves as an interpretive station and ranger outpost. Here the route turns right and begins following the two-track gravel road that leads to the old dude ranch. The road takes you through a sunny meadow with a few small ponds, so be prepared for the intense high elevation Rocky Mountain sun on this hike.
A young Colorado River

Just shy of 0.4 miles, you cross a wooden footbridge over a young Colorado River less than 10 miles from the river's source. The river is narrow and shallow here, and the water runs clear. Some rusty primitive farming equipment sits beside the trail. Continuing west, where an access road used by hunters exits right, angle left to keep heading for the ranch.Camper cabins at the Never Summer Ranch

The “Mama Cabin”

At 0.5 miles, you reach the short loop trail that tours the Never Summer Dude Ranch. The ranch was built by Sophia and John Holzwarth in 1917 after Prohibition closed their saloon in Denver. Guests stayed in either the rustic cabins that still stand on this site or in a lodge that used to stand near the Colorado River. The “Mama Cabin,” built between 1917 and 1921, is the ranch's largest structure, but the ranch also includes a taxidermy shop and an ice house among other structures. The Holzwarth family operated the ranch until the 1970's, and this site did not become part of Rocky until 1975. After walking the short loop trail through the ranch, retrace your steps to the parking lot to complete the hike.

Trail: (unnamed)
Hike Location: Rocky Mountain National Park
Geographic Location: north of Grand Lake, CO (40.37316, -105.85377)
Length: 1.3 miles
Difficulty: 1/10 (Easy)
Last Hiked: July 2020
Overview: A nearly flat but sunny hike to a 1920's dude ranch.
Park Information: https://www.nps.gov/romo/index.htm
Hike Route Map: https://www.mappedometer.com/?maproute=824425
Summary Video: (coming September 18)
Photo Highlight:
Directions to the trailhead: The signed parking lot for Holzwarth Historic Site is located on the west side of US 34 10 miles north of Grand Lake. The hike begins at the far end of the parking lot.
The hike: For my general comments on Rocky Mountain National Park (known locally as "Rocky" for short), see my hike in the park's Wild Basin area. The short and nearly flat hike described here takes you to Holzwarth Historic Site, which preserves a 1920's dude ranch. While this route is not a classic Rocky or even national park hike, it makes an interesting hiking option if you are unable to tackle one of the area's more substantial trails.

Trailhead at Holzwarth Historic Site

From the signed trailhead at the rear of the parking area, the short entrance trail leads you to a cabin that now serves as an interpretive station and ranger outpost. Here the route turns right and begins following the two-track gravel road that leads to the old dude ranch. The road takes you through a sunny meadow with a few small ponds, so be prepared for the intense high elevation Rocky Mountain sun on this hike.

A young Colorado River

Just shy of 0.4 miles, you cross a wooden footbridge over a young Colorado River less than 10 miles from the river's source. The river is narrow and shallow here, and the water runs clear. Some rusty primitive farming equipment sits beside the trail. Continuing west, where an access road used by hunters exits right, angle left to keep heading for the ranch.

Camper cabins at the Never Summer Ranch

The "Mama Cabin"

At 0.5 miles, you reach the short loop trail that tours the Never Summer Dude Ranch. The ranch was built by Sophia and John Holzwarth in 1917 after Prohibition closed their saloon in Denver. Guests stayed in either the rustic cabins that still stand on this site or in a lodge that used to stand near the Colorado River. The "Mama Cabin," built between 1917 and 1921, is the ranch's largest structure, but the ranch also includes a taxidermy shop and an ice house among other structures. The Holzwarth family operated the ranch until the 1970's, and this site did not become part of Rocky until 1975. After walking the short loop trail through the ranch, retrace your steps to the parking lot to complete the hike.

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Chimney Rock – E Face WA + Foerster – Sierras – CA + 4 Highest Unclimbed Mountains

Chimney Rock – East Face (U Gap) – Alpine Lakes – WA – Trip Report with pictures -CascadeCl
Foerster – Sierra Nevada – Trip report with pictures – from Seano at Summitpost.org
4 Highest and Toughest Unclimbed Mountains = from WiredForAdventure.com
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https://cascadeclimbers.com/forum/topic/103640-tr-chimney-rock-east-face-u-gap-08242020/ — Chimney Rock – East Face (U Gap) – Alpine Lakes – WA – Trip report with pictures.

http://www.drdirtbag.com/2020/08/28/foerster/ — Foerster – Sierras – Trip report with pictures from Seano

https://www.wiredforadventure.com/4-of-the-toughest-and-highest-unclimbed-peaks-in-the-himalayas/ — Four of the Highest and Toughest unclimbed peaks

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Foerster – Sierra Nevada – Trip report with pictures – from Seano at Summitpost.org
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