Off hand I think two good training hikes are Mt. Sniktau and Mt. Grizzly. These two are close together and can be done one at a time, or both in one day.
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Subject: [Trails-and-Ales-Hiking-and-Snowshoe-Etc-Group] As the hiking starts, and snowshoeing fades
Date: Wed, 6 Mar[masked]:27:41 -0500
Hello Fellow Organizers!
In early to mid-April we will most likely start to transition out of the snowshoe season (at least in the lower to mid-altitude elevations). As such, I have been asked about getting some intermediate level hikes going to help people get geared up towards the more advanced hikes (some of the ones I hope to do you have seen in the drafts, but many more are to follow (especially a lot more 13ers).
So, I am looking for suggestions. I do not wan to get stuck with lame hikes like Galbraith again, so send me some suggestions. It does not mean you will need to run any of these hikes, I will probably do most of them, but I am scratching my head for some new ideas that will help people get in gear for our more ambitious outings.
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