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All Group Reviews

  • Pacific Northwest Backpackers & Snowshoers

     The group sounds like it knows what it's doing and knows where to go. I did the Suncadia area before it was long developed ..I've also done Gold Creek, Hyak and above Lk Kechaless partially. There are so many places ..also down by Nisqually on the way to Crystal... 

    patty s. on Dec 20, 2015.

  • Pacific Northwest Backpackers & Snowshoers


    Kari on Feb 16, 2015.

  • Pacific Northwest Backpackers & Snowshoers

     so far so good 

    Rob I on Sep 5, 2011.

  • Pacific Northwest Backpackers & Snowshoers

     On April 12, 2010 at the Suncadia development (near Rosalyn WA) backpacking team leader Ryan Maloney lead three fiber optical cable engineers down several old logging roads searching in vain for a non-existent effluent pumping station. The weather was partially clear, light wind, air temperature ~38 degrees average altitude 2300 feet ASL. The objective was to connect said pumping station to the Internet for near real time monitoring. It should be noted that the team leader did not employ a map or any navigational tools (were left behind in the truck) but was successful in returning to the trail head after climbing several ridges to make transient coverage cell phone calls. 

    Glenn on Apr 16, 2011.

  • Pacific Northwest Backpackers & Snowshoers

     Great group of people, awesome dynamic. 

    Shabnam on Jul 28, 2008.

  • Pacific Northwest Backpackers & Snowshoers

     This is a really active group and the 20 members I've met so far are good people. 

    Will on May 29, 2008.

  • Pacific Northwest Backpackers & Snowshoers

     The trail we took from Chelan to Stehekin was a memorable one with gorgeous scenery and great company, including the black bear, the lizards, the birds and the butterflies (okay, the mosquitoes too). This lush and rugged lakeshore area is definitely a place to continue exploring in the future now that we have a taste of it. Thanks again for taking us there Ryan! 

    Jewel on May 27, 2008.

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