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Re: Postholer Trail Snow Chart Vs SEKI Trail Conditi
bobb - Wed, Jul 19, 2017
Thank you very much for the speedy and informative reply. This was seriously helpful. Seeing as folks here seem to be super-exp...

Re: Postholer Trail Snow Chart Vs SEKI Trail Conditi
postholer - Wed, Jul 19, 2017
There are a couple things happening. First, the snow data has a 1 km resolution so it won't 'see' every field. Second, the pos...

Postholer Trail Snow Chart Vs SEKI Trail Conditions
bobb - Wed, Jul 19, 2017
Hello. I am trying to understand the discrepancies between the information provided in the SEKI & Yosemite Trail Conditions ...

Recommendation For PCT Hiking Mt Hood OR
Button - Sun, Jun 25, 2017
Hello I was hoping to get some recommendations for the Mt Hood PCT area to do a little bit of hiking just before 4th July weeke...

Re: SOBO 2017
Svenderoch - Mon, Jun 19, 2017
I'm heading south bound with my girlfriend. We will be in Snohomish pass friday...

CDT Historical Snow Conditions 2004-2017
postholer - Sun, Jun 18, 2017
Here are the snow conditions for the last 13 years on the CDT. The graphs show SWE (quantity) and coverage. All data represents ...

PCT 2017 Snow Notes
postholer - Fri, Jun 16, 2017
We've put together a look of the 2017 sierra snow for this "Ray Day". It kinda put things in context, in case you didn...

PCT Factoids - All Passes And Gaps
postholer - Sun, Jun 11, 2017
Here are all the passes and gaps you'll find along the PCT. It is in south to north order with the 'Highest' column denoting how...

Re: Snow Conditions SB PCT (inquiry)
Hotdog - Sat, Jun 10, 2017
Thanks for the update. Hopen you are floating over the top of that stuff. Snow shoes that early needed?...

Re: SOBO 2017
ManOWar - Wed, May 31, 2017
Leaving on the 12th of June. Look for my snowshoe tracks... LOL....

Re: Snow Conditions SB PCT (inquiry)
ManOWar - Tue, May 30, 2017
I start heading for the Northern Term 6/12. NFS 5500 out of Mazama is plowed to Cache Creek. Snow beyond that. I'd like to tu...

Woods Creek Bridge Is OK @ Mile 800 PCT !!!
Steve_O_49 - Fri, May 26, 2017
SEKI had an incorrect report that the neat bouncy Woods Creek suspension bridge we all love was damaged at mile 800 of the Paci...

Recent Blog & Journal Entrys

Planning
PCT - bpellegrom - Yesterday
Hey, I am packing and setting up my spot device. I will tell you when I hit the trail! "If there is a fork in the road, take it" - Yogi Berra...
Day -1
PCT - CiscoCombs - Yesterday
Leave tomorrow for Bend, then to Chinook Pass Tuesday to start for Canada. Seemed to be as much work to pack for three weeks as to pack for three months. Picking Roadrunner up at noon from her...
Hot Springs Trail Day 71
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HST - buck30 - Sat, Jul 22, 2017
Yesterday as we were packing up I mentioned to Heather that I had a small bit of tooth pain, but not really anything. I woke this morning to more tooth pain and began to worry. By the time we ...
There Are No Easy Days On The Trail
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CDT - rlhdancer - Fri, Jul 21, 2017
There are no easy days on the trail Last night we were in bed and had just turned the lights out when the noise outside our hotel room became too loud to ignore. At first it sounded like some...
Hot And Humid
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AT - Quakerland - Fri, Jul 21, 2017
The heat and humidity was becoming unbearable and making it difficult to hike. Even though we would get up early in the morning when it was cooler it got hot fast. So we decided to get off the...
In Encampment
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CDT - Day-late - Fri, Jul 21, 2017
Got up usaual time I had a good climb this morning first thing of about 1000 ft. Not too steep so that helped. The trail quickly went to a hybrid of trail, posts, and carnies for a ways. Not t...
Jeff Park Shake Down Hike
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PCT - goldeneagle - Fri, Jul 21, 2017
The hike to Jeff Park I met my friend Kyle in the small town of Detroit at 11:00 A M. Detroit is on Highway 22 east of Oregon's Capitol Salem. As Kyle has never hiked the White Water C...
94-100 - Jul 14-20 - Duncannon PA To PA-NJ Borde
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AT - ChrisCotts - Thu, Jul 20, 2017
Rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, rocks, roc...
Getting Ready
PCT - Blankhiker - Thu, Jul 20, 2017
Preparation has been rushed as usual but we are almost ready to leave home. Training hikes have been difficult in Arizona because of excessive heat and now monsoon thunderstorms. It was 96% hu...
Conception & Resupply Strategy
GET - Homework - Wed, Jul 19, 2017
"Lets die alone together in the desert." My hiking friend Top Shelf and I have decided to take on the GET this fall. We both hiked the CDT and PCT the same years. Toppy has some othe...
Journal Entry
CT - WFO50+ - Tue, Jul 18, 2017
4-18 Barr Trail to Pikes Peak 7000 ft of gain and 25.2 miles round trip My wife was kind enough to drop me off at the Trailhead at 4:45am. It was a clear morning as the stars gave way to...
Not Happening...
OCT - sb - Mon, Jul 17, 2017
I tried, it just wasnt gonna happen... Wylie and I were up early to tackle tillamook head...with the cart, it was a torture trail...rocky, rooty, narrow, and steep at times...part of it washed...

Blog & Journal Entrys Past/Present

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Swamp

Torch - AT - Aug 1, 2011 - Day 118: Mental Game
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Shelter}

Its too hot in the morning to cook breakfast. I think I am going to go back
to my carnation and oatmeal mix. I awoke in the morning with the full blast
of the sun shining onto my tent from the mountain top. Before i could get
change and out of my tent i was dripping with sweat. I ate a granola bar
and took my last deoxycycline for lyme disease. One less thing to worry
about, also that pill bottle was huge and taking up mucho (intentional
spanish) space in my medicine zip lock bag.

On the trail by 10am and right away i could tell it was going to be a hot
one. I was not happy when i found myself needing to stop a rest every mile
or two. By six miles i was so tired i decided to break for early lunch. I
ate a salami and velveta cheese sandwich while listening to the last chapter
of Jane Eyre. I almost shed a tear at the reunion of Jane and poor crippled
Edward. As I was finishing up lunch 5 o'clock came strolling in. He had
spent the weekend at his Uncles House near the water gap. I hike with him
for most of the 10 miles to the shelter. His pace is much faster and I had
to make extra effort to keep up. After awhile i found that I could maintane
the pace and that I just needed a kick in the ass to remind me how slow my
pace has been as of late. Hiking by myself through most of PA was really
mentally breaking me down. I need to try to maintane my focus and really
take advantage of this experience. I have been down on myself for the last
few weeks and not putting in my best or even mediocre effort. I am enjoying
the NJ section of trail and look forward to the rest of the hike with new
found zeal and excitement. I got to the shelter and found 5 o'clock and
Lewis and Mark expedition (Like Lewis and Clark) two southbound hikers. We
chatted over dinner about what to expect in our respective hikes. That was
probably the most coversation I have had on the trail in three weeks. Its
nice to see people once again. Time for bed. I have some pics i would like
to post if I can get a good enough signal. Also, Happy 11th Birthday to my
nephew Nate!

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