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Saturday September 01, 2007
Start: 09/01/2007 8:00 am

Hike in from Road's End to these remote peaks. Hike in over Granite Pass (11 miles, 6000 ft). These are class 2 peaks ranging from 12,200 to 12, 700 feet in height. This is a Fast and Light intermediate trip with a lot of distance and elevation. Send conditioning and qualifications to leader.

Sunday September 02, 2007

Hike in from Road's End to these remote peaks. Hike in over Granite Pass (11 miles, 6000 ft). These are class 2 peaks ranging from 12,200 to 12, 700 feet in height. This is a Fast and Light intermediate trip with a lot of distance and elevation. Send conditioning and qualifications to leader.

Monday September 03, 2007
Start: 09/01/2007 8:00 am
End: 09/03/2007 7:59 pm

Hike in from Road's End to these remote peaks. Hike in over Granite Pass (11 miles, 6000 ft). These are class 2 peaks ranging from 12,200 to 12, 700 feet in height. This is a Fast and Light intermediate trip with a lot of distance and elevation. Send conditioning and qualifications to leader.

Tuesday September 11, 2007
Start: 09/11/2007 7:30 pm
End: 09/11/2007 9:00 pm

I finally fufilled a longstanding goal earlier this year by visiting New Zealand. Though marginal weather meant that I did little climbing, we still had the opportunity to see and explore a wonderful country. Highlights included sea kayaking, canyoning, glacier scrambling, climbing in near-winter conditions, and hiking the Milford Track.

Saturday September 15, 2007
Start: 09/15/2007 7:00 pm
End: 09/15/2007 7:59 pm

We will climb Whitney using the mountaineer's route. We will start from the Whitney Portal near Lone Pine, CA by 6:30 AM and plan to be back to the car before dark. We will come down the regular trail. Because of the low snowfall last winter, the couloir should be ice free. I would like to have a co-leader. The couloir may have some short Class 3 sections. Our pace will be brisk. Please send qualifications and interest to George.

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