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    Hike & Hang the California High Sierra Trail

    Hi Guys,
    I'm planning a trip to this beautiful area for August 26, 2013 thru September 1, 2013. This includes the Mt. Whitney Summit. Should be a great time, if interested please email for further details.

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    Armando

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    Hike & Hang the California High Sierra Trail

    In interested, keep me in the loop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Armando View Post
    Hi Guys,
    I'm planning a trip to this beautiful area for August 26, 2013 thru September 1, 2013. This includes the Mt. Whitney Summit. Should be a great time, if interested please email for further details.

    Best,
    Armando
    That's a beautiful trail Armando. If your starting point is Crescent Meadow, just past Bear Paw Meadow at the start of the gorge (Vahalla I think) is a shadow formation in the afternoon called "Little Boy Peeing" (an accurate description) that you might find amusing. The trail to Hamilton Lake and over Kaweah Gap is breathtaking too. There are a few other trailheads that get you to the HST, but the one out of Crescent Meadow is my personal favorite.

    A scouting buddy of mine is leading a hike this weekend that is in the area and everyone is stoked about the hike.

    You probably know about the wag bags in the Whitney Zone so you'll have some fun with that (or adjust your food intake), but it's a great hike and you'll have memories for a lifetime.
    Happy Trails to one and all.
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