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Climbing in the Palisades region. This will be a strenuous 4-5 day trip to climb these 3 peaks. Depending on snow, plan on bringing ice axe, crampons, and bear canisters. We will start at Glacier Lodge and hike in up the South Fork of Big Pine Creek to Lake Elinore, or higher in the scree field near Lake 11,744. Climbers must be in good condition, comfortable on class 4 rock. Day 1, hike in to Lake Elinore or higher, 2500' gain, 6 miles. Day 2, climb Temple Crag via Contact Pass, class 3.

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Gayley is on one end of a spectacular ring of peaks and the most alpine region of the Sierra with 5 peaks over 14000 ft next to it in a circle and the largest glacier in the Sierra in between.

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Climbing in the Palisades region. This will be a strenuous 4-5 day trip to climb these 3 peaks. Depending on snow, plan on bringing ice axe, crampons, and bear canisters. We will start at Glacier Lodge and hike in up the South Fork of Big Pine Creek to Lake Elinore, or higher in the scree field near Lake 11,744. Climbers must be in good condition, comfortable on class 4 rock. Day 1, hike in to Lake Elinore or higher, 2500' gain, 6 miles. Day 2, climb Temple Crag via Contact Pass, class 3.

Start: 06/30/2012 8:00 am
End: 07/02/2012 6:00 pm

Gayley is on one end of a spectacular ring of peaks and the most alpine region of the Sierra with 5 peaks over 14000 ft next to it in a circle and the largest glacier in the Sierra in between.

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Climbing in the Palisades region. This will be a strenuous 4-5 day trip to climb these 3 peaks. Depending on snow, plan on bringing ice axe, crampons, and bear canisters. We will start at Glacier Lodge and hike in up the South Fork of Big Pine Creek to Lake Elinore, or higher in the scree field near Lake 11,744. Climbers must be in good condition, comfortable on class 4 rock. Day 1, hike in to Lake Elinore or higher, 2500' gain, 6 miles. Day 2, climb Temple Crag via Contact Pass, class 3.

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Start: 06/30/2012 8:00 am
End: 07/04/2012 6:00 pm

Climbing in the Palisades region. This will be a strenuous 4-5 day trip to climb these 3 peaks. Depending on snow, plan on bringing ice axe, crampons, and bear canisters. We will start at Glacier Lodge and hike in up the South Fork of Big Pine Creek to Lake Elinore, or higher in the scree field near Lake 11,744. Climbers must be in good condition, comfortable on class 4 rock. Day 1, hike in to Lake Elinore or higher, 2500' gain, 6 miles. Day 2, climb Temple Crag via Contact Pass, class 3.

Start: 07/04/2012 8:00 am

Two mountains with the same name, just ten miles apart, named for two different Morgans: one a sheepherding pioneer, the other a tycoon founder of the Southern Pacific Railroad. We’ll backpack up to Davis Lake, climb Mt Stanford N, traverse a tricky ridge to Mt Morgan N, descend the sandy slopes back to Davis Lake, teleport to Francis Lake, climb Mt Morgan S, and return the way we came.

Leader: Aaron Schuman a.j.Schuman AT gmail DOT com
Co-leader: Needed

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Two mountains with the same name, just ten miles apart, named for two different Morgans: one a sheepherding pioneer, the other a tycoon founder of the Southern Pacific Railroad. We’ll backpack up to Davis Lake, climb Mt Stanford N, traverse a tricky ridge to Mt Morgan N, descend the sandy slopes back to Davis Lake, teleport to Francis Lake, climb Mt Morgan S, and return the way we came.

Leader: Aaron Schuman a.j.Schuman AT gmail DOT com
Co-leader: Needed

Start: 07/05/2012 8:00 am

Mts. Goddard and Reinstein from the West, class 2/3, but plan on bringing ice axe and crampons for the higher snow fields early in the season. We will enter from the West, proceed over Hell for Sure Pass, and camp at Martha Lake. Given this is a 5 day hike, the pace will be moderate. Wait list only for this hike. contact: timdhultatsbcglobal dot net

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Two mountains with the same name, just ten miles apart, named for two different Morgans: one a sheepherding pioneer, the other a tycoon founder of the Southern Pacific Railroad. We’ll backpack up to Davis Lake, climb Mt Stanford N, traverse a tricky ridge to Mt Morgan N, descend the sandy slopes back to Davis Lake, teleport to Francis Lake, climb Mt Morgan S, and return the way we came.

Leader: Aaron Schuman a.j.Schuman AT gmail DOT com
Co-leader: Needed

all day

Mts. Goddard and Reinstein from the West, class 2/3, but plan on bringing ice axe and crampons for the higher snow fields early in the season. We will enter from the West, proceed over Hell for Sure Pass, and camp at Martha Lake. Given this is a 5 day hike, the pace will be moderate. Wait list only for this hike. contact: timdhultatsbcglobal dot net

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all day

Two mountains with the same name, just ten miles apart, named for two different Morgans: one a sheepherding pioneer, the other a tycoon founder of the Southern Pacific Railroad. We’ll backpack up to Davis Lake, climb Mt Stanford N, traverse a tricky ridge to Mt Morgan N, descend the sandy slopes back to Davis Lake, teleport to Francis Lake, climb Mt Morgan S, and return the way we came.

Leader: Aaron Schuman a.j.Schuman AT gmail DOT com
Co-leader: Needed

all day

Mts. Goddard and Reinstein from the West, class 2/3, but plan on bringing ice axe and crampons for the higher snow fields early in the season. We will enter from the West, proceed over Hell for Sure Pass, and camp at Martha Lake. Given this is a 5 day hike, the pace will be moderate. Wait list only for this hike. contact: timdhultatsbcglobal dot net

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