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Jump to new posts Re: 2020 Permit Lottery by WanderingJim @ Today at 01:59 PM

Originally Posted By: AntonWith all these unfortunate developments and uncertainties, I wonder if the permit Christmas morning will come on the same date as usual this year ... still hopping that the parks will reopen before next fall. Possibly. T
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Jump to new posts Re: Hiking Mt. Young w/o a permit? by Bob West @ Today at 09:54 AM

It might be the need on the part of many people, to complete their "bucket list". So Mt. Whitney is the highest in the lower 48; so what! There are lots of peaks near the altitude of MW, but without the "fame" that goes with Whitn
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Jump to new posts Re: Corona Virus CV19: To hike or not to hike by Bob West @ Today at 08:38 AM

Here is a plea from Mono County to visitors: https://webapps.mono.ca.gov/COVIDDocs//P...%20Visitors.pdf Highway 203 into Mammoth Lakes is open with chain requirements. There has been a lot of heavy snow. As we can see from the Mono County press re
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Jump to new posts Re: OPENING DAY - Mt. Whitney by SoCal Jim @ 04/04/20 01:25 PM

Ace, based on some of your recent posts, I'd take anything you say with a healthy helping of skepticism. And national parks and national forests operate under different organizational structures such that parks would not "fall under a US Forest
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Jump to new posts Re: latest from USFS by Bob West @ 04/03/20 05:28 PM

Yes, hiking in the Sierras is relatively low-risk, except for rock-fall, mosquito born illnesses, hypothermia, flash-floods, lightning, bears, rattlesnakes, marmots, navigation mistakes, angry hikers, and...oh yes...piles of human doo-doo on the Mt