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    Maybe it is tied sea level

    Maybe it is tied sea level
  2. Thread: Why hike?

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    Why hike?

    I often invite people hiking and I generally find that half of people will say they are interested, and about half of those will actually come. For many people, the driving is too much (4+ hours RT),...
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    In general out in CO, the Liftopia deals for Vail...

    In general out in CO, the Liftopia deals for Vail properties were terrible. They reaaaally want you to buy the season pass.
  4. So will the train platform be higher than the...

    So will the train platform be higher than the actual summit? :)
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    I'd expect them to keep rolling out their cheaper...

    I'd expect them to keep rolling out their cheaper seasons pass/higher 'window rate' program, along with their buying consecutive days (or 2 out of 3, 4 out of 7, etc. tickets) for a discount over the...
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    This is a great perspective - thanks for sharing...

    This is a great perspective - thanks for sharing it!

    I have certainly noticed the increase in female hikers and have found it refreshing to come across groups of women out hiking. I heartily...
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    We just need to photoshop the new AMC logo...

    We just need to photoshop the new AMC logo driving the new Harley-Davidson. :)
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    I don't think that people are marginalized in the...

    I don't think that people are marginalized in the outdoors - I think there is a large population of people that don't have access to it to begin with. It's inexpensive and accessible to people who...
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    What about a sleeper, an eater, and a repeater? :)

    What about a sleeper, an eater, and a repeater? :)
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    I wonder what your friends of color think about...

    I wonder what your friends of color think about it. Diversity and inclusion and equity are actually pretty positive and meaningful things for historically marginalized groups. I know when I hike I...
  11. Well if they are facts, I guess we can't argue...

    Well if they are facts, I guess we can't argue...
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    The Hastings bridge was recently replaced.

    The Hastings bridge was recently replaced.
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    I don't remember what I drank last night, so I...

    I don't remember what I drank last night, so I should not have drank? Oh wait, that one that actually checks out. :)
  14. How cow - 141 people were there on one night! ...

    How cow - 141 people were there on one night!

    Also, the view from 1939 is impressive for how much it's changed.
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    Better than the pile of corpses atop The Fool...

    Better than the pile of corpses atop The Fool Killer. :)
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    That article suggests that the process is...

    That article suggests that the process is natural, but most of the glaciers have disappeared in the last 60 years, not 'bit by bit' since the last ice age. The article appears to have the sole...
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    Don't forget that we are melting the glaciers...

    Don't forget that we are melting the glaciers too. Maybe they can change the name to Greenhouse Effect National Park?
  18. I did this loop as an overnight last June and the...

    I did this loop as an overnight last June and the vegetation is no joke! I still enjoyed the trail, but the toe stubbing is real. For the East Branch trail, I didn't recall the couple of miles...
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    Start at the end of the first month and finish...

    Start at the end of the first month and finish early in the last month. A so, hike in 6 of the 62 days (with back to back 31-day months). 365-62+6=309. Of course, if one might want a buffer in the...
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    That's interesting about the med leading to...

    That's interesting about the med leading to sunburn risk - I had assumed it was photo sensitivity with the eyes (which I've heard about with Lyme disease before). Hope it's not long!

    Re: Night...
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    The sucks to hear about Lyme and the sunlight...

    The sucks to hear about Lyme and the sunlight restriction. Are you able to drive during the day, or do you have to stay indoors? Night-hiking is wonderful, although I don't know if Washington would...
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    Well if someone does the full-supported 48 push...

    Well if someone does the full-supported 48 push (which is at what, just over 3 days now?) they could shave off a few days on either end, So, 311 days might be the lower limit on days - at which point...
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    We have a place in Tamworth on the Swift River. I...

    We have a place in Tamworth on the Swift River. I suspect we shall plop down in it and relax. :)

    On the bright side, the bugs have gone way down the past couple weeks.
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    It all comes down to data. Maps and GPS display...

    It all comes down to data. Maps and GPS display and convey a lot of the same data, but can be accessed through difference means. There are other tools that can provide supplemental data (altimeters,...
  25. I usually say hi to people, but it depends on the...

    I usually say hi to people, but it depends on the trail. A super busy trail becomes like a city sidewalk - impossible to have a real interaction with everyone. I also find that most people say hi...
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