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    What trail is everybody planning on taking for the STP 08?
    I am planning to ascend Ammo. and descend Jewell.

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    Something on the east side. Depending on the weather and my hiking party either Tucks, Lion Head or Huntington.
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    hi.. my current plan is the same ammo-jewel...

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    well i wanted to take the auto road but it will be tucks to lion head with Brad and any others that wish to join up slower hikers
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    Current plan is up Lions Head and down Tucks.
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    I will be going up the east side either tux or lions head. I will be the one in obs gear so keep an eye out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    well i wanted to take the auto road but it will be tucks to lion head with Brad and any others that wish to join up slower hikers
    I like reading about us slower hikers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by storygirll View Post
    I like reading about us slower hikers!
    We could ask for a special prize for the oldest hiker. After more than a week of doing things with 2 grandsons, waterskiing every morning, and doing a hike back into Tuckermans Ravine I feel a lot older!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHRIS View Post
    What trail is everybody planning on taking for the STP 08?
    I am planning to ascend Ammo. and descend Jewell.
    Sounds like a good plan to me.
    This will be my first attempt to climb Washington (I'm a bit worried).
    My goal - a safe round trip.
    pssst . . . I'm the grey-haired older woman with the cheery "good mornin'" for all.
    See you on the trails.

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