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Silverback6
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02/27/2017 09:43AM
Did an overnight with a buddy on Saturday. Got pretty cold but we managed. Didn't expect the 6 inches of fresh snow on Sunday morning, made the hike out a lot more challenging. Good times, not a single "human" sound on the trail, just wolves and coyotes howling at night.
 
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SevenofNine
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02/27/2017 10:33AM
Cool.
Thanks for sharing your photos. Where did you start your hike from and where did you end up camping? Thanks.
Silverback6
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02/27/2017 10:53AM
My buddy started at the Normanna Road trail head and hiked north to the 2nd campsite, I got out a little late so I started at the Sucker River trail head and hiked south to the campsite. I didn't get on the trail until 4:45 or so which kept me on my toes as I hiked the last 1/3 to 1/2 in the dark. Not the greatest idea but we came out the backside alright.
 
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