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MeiLien
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帖子发表于: 星期五 一月 20, 2006 5:03 pm    发表主题: 引用并回复

panweilin 写到:

......Helen Lake is half way along the easiest (relatively) Avalanche Gulch route, you can backpack camping on the snow there......


Thank you, Weilin, coldsnake. Now i need to find a team of my same level/interest to camp half way at Mt. Shasta........
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帖子发表于: 星期六 一月 21, 2006 8:40 am    发表主题: 引用并回复

I'll do it. Smile Thanks, Mei.

MeiLien 写到:
Thank you. But I would like to dedicate this honor to NP's new age/blood Mr. Green Any volunteer here? Yujie? Gigi? I'll be responsible to forward to you all the necessary contact info such as the park ranger's email & phone # for you to organize this beginner backpacking class.
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帖子发表于: 星期六 一月 21, 2006 9:24 am    发表主题: 引用并回复

MeiLien 写到:
panweilin 写到:

......Helen Lake is half way along the easiest (relatively) Avalanche Gulch route, you can backpack camping on the snow there......


Thank you, Weilin, coldsnake. Now i need to find a team of my same level/interest to camp half way at Mt. Shasta........

I'll be interested in a 2 or 3 day backpacking trip to climb Mt Shasta. Due to altitude sickness from the high elevation, I don't think I'll be able to do it in one day. A training trip around 10000ft (e.g. Minarets) two weeks earlier would probably be a good idea.
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帖子发表于: 星期六 一月 21, 2006 9:40 am    发表主题: 引用并回复

Molly, could you please add Mt. Rainier as an option?

Thanks!
HM
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帖子发表于: 星期六 一月 21, 2006 10:48 am    发表主题: 引用并回复

gg 写到:
I'll do it. Smile Thanks, Mei.


Great! Thank you Gigi for voluntee to orgainize a backpacking training. I'll send out the info to you soon!
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帖子发表于: 星期六 一月 21, 2006 11:04 am    发表主题: 引用并回复

andrew_ic_tang 写到:

I'll be interested in a 2 or 3 day backpacking trip to climb Mt Shasta. Due to altitude sickness from the high elevation, I don't think I'll be able to do it in one day. A training trip around 10000ft (e.g. Minarets) two weeks earlier would probably be a good idea.


Yeah! Let's plan it. 2-3 day backpacking sounds good to me. Another option for training trip is White Mountain Peak (14,246 ft elevation)
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帖子发表于: 星期日 一月 22, 2006 6:40 pm    发表主题: Re: Shasta Routes 引用并回复

We could do Yosemite around April since the wild flower is blossoming. Then Mt Shasta about June or late August.
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帖子发表于: 星期日 一月 22, 2006 8:54 pm    发表主题: Mt. Shasta 引用并回复

I prefer 3 days backpacking too since I have HAS. Training at high altitude definitely will help.

I met a group of women in their 50s at house camp last year. They actually planed 4 days backpacking for their climbing, 1st day to horse camp, 2nd day to helen lake, 3rd day to summit and back to helen lack, and 4th day come down from helen lake.

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andrew_ic_tang 写到:

I'll be interested in a 2 or 3 day backpacking trip to climb Mt Shasta. Due to altitude sickness from the high elevation, I don't think I'll be able to do it in one day. A training trip around 10000ft (e.g. Minarets) two weeks earlier would probably be a good idea.


Yeah! Let's plan it. 2-3 day backpacking sounds good to me. Another option for training trip is White Mountain Peak (14,246 ft elevation)
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帖子发表于: 星期一 一月 23, 2006 9:11 am    发表主题: 引用并回复

gg 写到:
I'll do it. Smile Thanks, Mei.

MeiLien 写到:
Thank you. But I would like to dedicate this honor to NP's new age/blood Mr. Green Any volunteer here? Yujie? Gigi? I'll be responsible to forward to you all the necessary contact info such as the park ranger's email & phone # for you to organize this beginner backpacking class.


Thanks Mei & gg, I added to the list as one more event for 2006.

Last Year, REI offered the same class in May. Hepefully they will do the same again this year.
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帖子发表于: 星期一 一月 23, 2006 9:36 am    发表主题: 引用并回复

HM 写到:
Molly, could you please add Mt. Rainier as an option?

Thanks!
HM


HM

I added to the list. Mt. Rainier might to too advance for most ppl in this group. Let me know if you would like to lead this trip. Thanks
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HM
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帖子发表于: 星期一 一月 23, 2006 5:38 pm    发表主题: 引用并回复

Molly,

Thanks, that is one of my wish lists, just thought to put it out here, to see whether anyone wants to lead or go along, I don't have the plan to lead one now, but will see as things go.

Thanks,
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andeys
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帖子发表于: 星期五 一月 27, 2006 11:55 am    发表主题: Deadfall Lakes, Mount Eddy in Shasta-Trinity 引用并回复

I propose leading an easy backpacking trip in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest for late July or early August that goes like this:

Friday night: Arrive in area, car camp

Saturday: Backpack 2.5 miles to base camp at Middle Deadfall Lake, then hike from there to Mount Eddy and back

Sunday: Hike to Upper and Lower Deadfall Lakes, go home

Mount Eddy: 9,025 ft; Middle Deadfall Lake: 7,300 ft

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Happyhiker
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帖子发表于: 星期五 一月 27, 2006 1:43 pm    发表主题: Re: Deadfall Lakes, Mount Eddy in Shasta-Trinity 引用并回复

Hi, Andrew
It looks like you did not plan to climb the MT. Shasta.
I could drive.
Best,

Happyhiker
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帖子发表于: 星期五 一月 27, 2006 8:14 pm    发表主题: Best Hiking/Backpacking in California 引用并回复

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Best Hiking in California
    1. Mount Whitney *****
      This expedition takes you to the top of the highest peak in the contiguous United States, and to unparalleled views....
      Lone Pine, CA - Hiking - 22 miles

    2. Half Dome *****
      Half Dome is the symbol of Yosemite, its summit the goal of just about everybody who has ever donned a pair of hiking boots. It is a grueling workout, especially if you do it in one day, but if you sp...
      Merced, CA - Hiking - 16 miles

    3. Holy Jim Falls Trail ***^^
      Undoubtedly, the hike into Holy Jim Canyon is one of the most scenic and interesting in the Santa Ana Mountains. The hike passes under a multitude of trees, and crosses Holy Jim Creek many times befor...
      Lake Forest, CA - Hiking - 2.7 miles

    4. American River Confluence to Lake Clementine ****^
      Contrasting dynamics and a wild-river canyon take center stage on this hike. You’ll encounter raging rapids, soothing pools, a loud waterfall at a dam, and a tranquil lake. Start near the confluence o...
      Auburn, CA - Hiking - 6 miles

    5. 20 Lakes Basin Loop (Backpacking) *****
      This easy trip can even be done as a dayhike, and you won’t believe how much alpine beauty is packed into such a short jaunt. 20 Lakes Basin is set among majestic peaks and is full of pretty lakes. Ye...
      Bishop, CA - Hiking - 8.5 miles

    6. Tahoe Rim Trail: Big Meadow Trailhead To Echo Summit / Echo Lake ****^
      There are three beautiful lakes on this trip: Round Lake is only a 5.2-mile round trip from the trailhead. Dardanelles is 1.4 miles off the TRT and provides a 6.8-mile round trip. Showers Lake is a go...
      Meyers, CA - Hiking - 17.5 miles

    7. San Jacinto Peak (The Easy Way) *****
      San Jacinto Peak is a close second after San Gorgonio Mountain on the roster of Southern California high points, but its more sharply defined and imposing bulk makes it instantly identifiable from alm...
      Palm Springs, CA - Hiking - 12 miles

    8. Agnew Meadows to Ediza Lake (Backpacking) *****
      With only moderate effort this trail places you among peaks of the spectacular Ritter Range―capped by Mt. Ritter, Banner Peak, and the Minarets―in the Ansel Adams Wilderness. Some say that the alpine ...
      Mammoth Lakes, CA - Hiking - 14 miles

    9. Cottonwood Lakes to Upper Rock Creek (Backpacking) *****
      I’m always looking for trips with huge dividends per hiking mile. This one nears the top of my list. Magnificent alpine basins defined by sculpted peaks cradle shining blue lakes and are linked by hig...
      Lone Pine, CA - Hiking - 23.8 miles

    10. San Jacinto Peak (The Hard Way) ****^
      This hike, known as the Cactus-to-Clouds Hike by Palm Springs hiking enthusiasts, is an absolute hoot - if you survive. For two decades now, ever-increasing numbers of adventurers have set foot in Pa...
      Palm Springs, CA - Hiking - 20 miles

    11. Big Santa Anita Loop *****
      In the lush, shady recesses of Big Santa Anita Canyon and its tributary, Winter Creek, you can easily lose all sight and sense of the hundreds of square miles of dense metropolis, and the millions of ...
      Arcadia, CA - Hiking - 9.4 miles

    12. Cool to American River Loop ***^^
      A loop day hike through foothill terrain and the American River Canyon. As more and more of California’s classic foothill scenery falls to development, conservationists and long-time devotees of the H...
      Cool, CA - Hiking - 6.3 miles

    13. Tahoe Rim Trail: Barker Pass to Tahoe City (Not Rated)
      There are beautiful ridgeline views of Lake Tahoe, Granite Chief Wilderness, both Blackwood and Ward canyons, and lush areas loaded with wildflowers in both canyons. Twin Peaks (8878 ), a Sierra crest...
      Tahoe City, CA - Hiking - 16.7 miles

    14. Beach Trail / Broken Hill Trail Loop *****
      This hike will take you to the very brink of the Pacific, passing through scattered Torrey pines (one of earth’s rarest species of trees), and past two magnificent viewpoints on the 350-foot sandstone...
      Del Mar, CA - Hiking - 3.25 miles

    15. Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne (Backpacking) *****
      Over a 100 years ago, John Muir declared the Sierra Nevada “the most Divinely beautiful of all the mountain chains I’ve ever seen.” Millions of people have since made pilgrimage here to experience the...
      Lee Vining, CA - Hiking - 48.75 miles

    16. Bald Mountain (Not Rated)
      Before you tour Sonoma Valley’s famous wineries, climb Bald Mountain for a panoramic view of the Sonoma Valley and many of Northern California’s high mountains. ...
      Sonoma, CA - Hiking - 6.4 miles

    17. Pinecrest Lake National Recreation Area *****
      A loop day hike on a picturesque trail around a lake. Pinecrest Lake, center of a popular resort area, fluctuates with the seasons. In the summer high season, the reservoir buzzes with scores of boate...
      Pinecrest, CA - Hiking - 4 miles

    18. Tahoe Rim Trail: Brockway Summit to Tahoe Meadows *^^^^
      The middle part of this trail section is mostly exposed, south-facing volcanic slopes with sandy soils. This wide expanse at a high altitude features tremendous panoramic views of the lake and a wonde...
      Kings Beach, CA - Hiking - 18.9 miles

    19. La Jolla Shores to Torrey Pines Beach *****
      There are only a few places along the Southern California coastline where a person can hike for miles in a single direction and not catch sight of a highway, railroad tracks, powerlines, houses, or ot...
      La Jolla, CA - Hiking - 5 miles

    20. Agua Tibia Wilderness *****
      The 18,000-acre Agua Tibia Wilderness lies northwest of Palomar Mountain, straddling the San Diego - Riverside county line in Cleveland National Forest. Agua Tibia Mountain, one of the three distinct...
      Temecula, CA - Hiking - 9 miles


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帖子发表于: 星期五 一月 27, 2006 8:30 pm    发表主题: Re: Deadfall Lakes, Mount Eddy in Shasta-Trinity 引用并回复

andeys 写到:
I propose leading an easy backpacking trip in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest for late July or early August that goes like this:

Friday night: Arrive in area, car camp

Saturday: Backpack 2.5 miles to base camp at Middle Deadfall Lake, then hike from there to Mount Eddy and back

Sunday: Hike to Upper and Lower Deadfall Lakes, go home

Mount Eddy: 9,025 ft; Middle Deadfall Lake: 7,300 ft

I always wanted to do a Trinity backpacking. But timewisely end of July I may not be available.
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