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  1. Thanks for the update. I'm probably still 1-2...

    Thanks for the update. I'm probably still 1-2 weeks away from heading out there for trips but looking forward to it. Had a great Spring there doing overnights last year.
  2. This is right around the time of year I turn to...

    This is right around the time of year I turn to the Catskills for hiking. How is it looking out that way with snow cover, mud, river levels, etc? Based on my last trip out there several weeks ago it...
  3. North Conway must be getting crushed right now....

    North Conway must be getting crushed right now. That area already gets exposed to rough extremes in business conditions as it is, especially shoulder seasons. Closing stores and restaurants pretty...
  4. Lot of resorts out West doing the same thing. By...

    Lot of resorts out West doing the same thing. By the end of March there won't be too many places to go a whole lot. :(
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    Not anymore. Closed from Nepal too. No...

    Not anymore. Closed from Nepal too. No expeditions for 2020.
  6. Thread: Lend a Hand

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    I wouldn't expect it to be broken out but you...

    I wouldn't expect it to be broken out but you never know. Looks like someone did it on 2/17 on a traverse and it was OK but I don't know that it is a popular option in Winter.

    EDIT: Actually, as I...
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    Not sure if richard meant the strap discomfort or...

    Not sure if richard meant the strap discomfort or just overall foot fatigue but for me the issue with downhill in snowshoes is the "jolt" you get as your foot makes contact and all that traction...
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    JustJoe: Is there no end to your photo...

    JustJoe: Is there no end to your photo collection? I can see myself asking about some obscure herd path in Central Kyrzkstan and you'd be like "Here are some cool shots of that area and a nearby camp...
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    Thanks. Downtown Halifax looks packed with...

    Thanks. Downtown Halifax looks packed with restaurants, breweries and stuff to do. As miehof mentioned we heard the food outside of the major cities was pretty bad but that was also multiyear old...
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    I went ahead and ordered a pair so I'll comment...

    I went ahead and ordered a pair so I'll comment on that after I've tried. I wondered about that considering the lack of stretch.
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    Nova Scotia In March

    Really off topic question, even for me, but the vast amount of travel experience on this forum is hard to ignore so I apologize in advance for the odd question. My wife and I are going to be taking...
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    That looks like an awesome product. I'll check...

    That looks like an awesome product. I'll check that out. Thanks.
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    Quality Shoe Laces

    Are there any good after-market shoe lace manufacturers out there? What are some good "hacks" for keeping shoe laces from getting cut or worn, having the tab ends fray and become impossible to pass...
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    No worries. As usual I probably ambiguously...

    No worries. As usual I probably ambiguously worded my question so no one was 100% sure what the hell I was talking about. :p
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    Nobody mentioned a view. I was just curious if...

    Nobody mentioned a view. I was just curious if there were any views because I've been meaning to check out that spot for awhile. Every now and then I get enamored with the way an area looks on the...
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    It must be pretty underwhelming for you not to...

    It must be pretty underwhelming for you not to have a photo of the area. :p It is the Scaur Peak just North of the Tri's. Both reports referenced coming up via Pine Bend Trail and taking the...
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    Yes there were references in each report to "sign...

    Yes there were references in each report to "sign no canister" vs "canister no sign". Irrelevant for my purposes. Thanks.
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    Views On Scaur Peak

    I noticed a few recent trip reports referencing Scaur Peak on the trip to/from North Tri. I haven't been out that way in awhile and I always enjoyed that narrow stretch of ridge with the glimpses out...
  19. Yes exploring new areas can have very interesting...

    Yes exploring new areas can have very interesting access roads. Two Thanksgiving weekends ago I did a 3 day road trip down to North Carolina to climb Mt Mitchell (which I didn't ultimately get to...
  20. Yah that is pretty much the hike everyone seems...

    Yah that is pretty much the hike everyone seems to do. Does sound like a good one. No worries on the memory. You've forgotten about more hikes you've done than I've read about. Understandable to...
  21. If there is I am certainly open to suggestions....

    If there is I am certainly open to suggestions. I'm not specifically driving there for that particular hike. I do a job in Vanceburg, KY every MAR and this area is not too far off from the way I...
  22. The Priest and the high point on Three Ridges are...

    The Priest and the high point on Three Ridges are both about 4,000 ft. At least going by the MapBuilder layer on CalTopo the Priest doesn't look "loopable" unless it was a very long, multi day affair...
  23. The Priest vs Chimney Rock And Three Ridges In Virginia

    I'm looking at trying to line up a hike for my annual OH/KY work trip in late March in case weather and circumstances allow. One area that caught my attention was in Virginia. In particular, there is...
  24. Thread: Water filter

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    The threads on the model I had would fit on any...

    The threads on the model I had would fit on any "conventional" thread beverage bottle, so soda bottles of various sizes, Smart Water bottles, the Sawyer bags, etc would all work. I believe that is...
  25. Thread: Water filter

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    Most through hikers use the Sawyer Squeeze for...

    Most through hikers use the Sawyer Squeeze for the weight factor. They screw it right onto a Smart Water bottle which is indeed a very light and idiot proof set up provided you don't need a lot of...
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