Las Vegas, NVUSA 89119
April 2, 2011
No introduction yet
Given my lack of scrambling experience, scrambling up an alternate Kraft Mtn Loop route.
As a kid my family frequently went "Up North" to the lakes and forests of Northern Wisconsin, so for me the Spring Mountains are like Up North perfected, with 1,000-foot cliffs and waterfalls thrown in. Of course, now that I've seen Zion it has to jump to the top of the list.
I few places I haven't seen yet, like the giant redwood forests of California or Arizona's Meteor Crater.
Already explored much of Red Rock and Spring Mtns on my own, would like to discover other great scenic hikes in the region and meet a few kindred souls along the way.
Hi Dave. Oh yes, someday.... we will eat the fruit monkey :-)
Dave, my camera was steal at the dealer and all the pictures was lost...sorry, but I did not have the chance to post your pictures.
Thank you Dave, for the jacket to keep me warm. Yes I?ll subscribed on the Walking group.
Your so right doging rocks is so much fun.... Hope to see you soon... Terry Jones
Glad you joined the group. If you are new to hiking, this page should answer most of your questions: http://www.hikinglasvegas.com/frequen.... Also check out the 52 Peak Club: http://www.hikinglasvegas.com/52.htm The coolest hiking club on earth! The hiking club on Mars is cooler, but it's a long drive :)
Dave it was a really beautiful hike today. The weather could have not been better And the company also ;) thanks for taking pictures!!