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    Quote Originally Posted by MML View Post
    I am really interested in this hike so there is a good chance I will be joining in.
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    Sounds great, I have very much enjoyed hanging with you.

    As of now this is still a go, as it gets closer I dig deeper into the logistics and will post my findings here.

    As was said before I welcome any and all, and welcome any advise or help from all.
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    Thumbs up LHHT Hike

    I have been thinking about this hike for awhile. It would probably be better for me in the fall, more color, fewer bugs. I spent some time around Ohiopyle last May. I would like to discuss it more at Pine Grove MAHHA this spring.

    Take Care, Stay Safe

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    Unfortunately, I have some family issues that will prevent me from making this trip.
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    I'm still on for this hike for sure.
    I have the days set aside.
    This will be an awesome hike!
    I believe my friend Donna (SBD) will be joining us as well.
    MML--The Man, The Myth, and the Legend

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    I am the hawk and there's blood on my feathers, but time is still turning they soon will be dry;
    All those who see me, and all who believe in me, share in the freedom I feel when I fly.
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    This might be a maybe for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by yooz85 View Post
    This might be a maybe for me!
    I welcome all....
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    Email has been sent to the Rangers and Park staff with a list of questions, I will post the pertinent info once I get it. Here is some info for those interested, with a specific note on the number of spaces per site:

    Trail mileage within park: 70 miles
    Total trail mileage: 70 miles
    Number of overnight sites: 8
    Number of shelters per site: 5
    Number of tent spaces per site: 25
    Amenities available: firewood, fireplaces, fire rings and pit toilets
    Amenities NOT available: Check in at park office for availability of water
    Pets allowed: yes
    Reserve sites: 11 months in advance through reservePA

    Also later this evening I will try to post up a possible itinerary list, this will have the camp sites and miles. If not tonight then tomorrow after I get the kids off to school. Once I get a response from the staff and get everything worked out I will let everyone know my final itinerary.
    Formerly known as "Cranky Bear"....

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    I'm still keeping up with this thread. Yep, interested in seeing itinerary.
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    I hiked the LHHT Northbound solo in August 2012. Since that trip, I have been thinking about a SB trip. I might have to do some creative scheduling!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Union41Proud View Post
    I hiked the LHHT Northbound solo in August 2012. Since that trip, I have been thinking about a SB trip. I might have to do some creative scheduling!
    Would you be able to post some info from your trip? Or do you have a link to a trip report (either on here or somewhere else)?

    I would love to hear your thoughts on the trail, time you hiked it, how many days you took, water sources? You know all that kind of stuff
    Formerly known as "Cranky Bear"....

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