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Thank you much for getting back to me! This is great information. Yes, I think we will depend on Limbre pine and High creek for water. Thats perfect!
Like a said above, I will have the gps to guide us, but am I okay to assume that visually spotting the peaks is pretty easy? Reading the topo it seems like they will be pretty dominant along the trail.
Oh and thank you for the new term, perennial, not going to lie, had to look that one up to be sure I was taking it in the right context! 🙂
Here is updated satellite view of San G. You can spot Dry lake being full!! ( 6/28/2019 )
Here is a sat. photo from 6/26/19 you can see dry lake full, and see most of the snow is on the Nface. When we talked to a ranger this last weekend while hiking down from dry lake, he said that after the plane crash site, the switch backs are still covered and its basically a straight up from there and there is some steep parts. Image is from Caltopos new satellite view beta
Was just up there this weekend, plenty at both!
Thank you! Didn’t even think to look other than the top two threads.. gosh..
Thanks for getting back to us! Waiting on a over night permit to be aprroved to camp up there.. Looks like lodgepool spgs is the only available right now! Never been up past Dry Lake Juntion. Thanks for the knowledge
Thankd for this update! Thinking about headed up this trail for the first time next weekend! Where is grassy springs anyway? Not going to count on water there when we go, but for future refence!