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Female Join date : 2009-05-29
Location : Denver, CO

PostSubject: Hiking with Dogs-Pennsylvania Mt., CO   Thu Oct 23, 2014 12:12 pm

We did this hike back on Oct. 4, im a little late posing, i was our "last" summer/fall hike, we have not been out since Sad
anyways it a real fast summit, if you can find the trail head, it starts in a neighborhood and well i got lost, but found Eddy as i was driving around and we made it to the trail head.
I forgot to start my tracks on time but here they are
we did it in about 3hrs maybe a hair longer, did 5 miles RT and only gained about 1,300 feet of elevation. the summit is 13,006ft, and believe it or not its NOT the lowest 13er you can hike!
ok on to the pics, it was SO windy  you can see the fur on the dogs just moving in it in the pics. it was a very cold hike in our normal gear.

this find started our hike

Sierra enjoyed it

the hump to the right is our summit after we made it up the first false summit

some summit views


the boys

its cold lets head back

on the first incline we spotted all these markers in the ground.
Eddy said this mountain is were some of CO largest gold nuggets were found, there are lots of mine shafts around that have been filled

very cool old Bristlecone pine trees

Till our next adventure, should be in snow!!!

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Join date : 2013-04-17
Location : South East Wisconsin!

PostSubject: Re: Hiking with Dogs-Pennsylvania Mt., CO   Sat Oct 25, 2014 11:35 am

Must have been cold, I think this is the first time you posted yourself "mummified" he he Laughing
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Male Join date : 2010-12-22
Location : Portland, OR

PostSubject: Re: Hiking with Dogs-Pennsylvania Mt., CO   Sun Oct 26, 2014 5:17 pm

Time to wax up the skis (or boards in your case, Jen).
How is Sierra doing?
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