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Snow Hike on Baylor Pass Episode 2

We will park at the west end of the trail and hike all the way to east end in Aguirre Spring and back.

Last year we had a snow hike on Baylor Pass, which was wonderful. Hope by tomorrow morning, there will be enough snow on the trail. Last year (actually it was December before last) we stopped at the pass, and we missed the more beautiful snow scene on the east side of the peaks, with more snow than the west side also. This time we will have choice of going all the way or turning around at the pass.

The hike is one way 5.4 miles, and that makes the round trip bout 11 miles. From west to east about 1500' elevation gain. The way back only 800'. Turning around at the pass will make somewhere between 6 to 7 miles.

We meet at Kmart at 9:00. Or, meet us at trail head at 9:20.

Sorry the hike could not be scheduled earlier, I have no relations to the weather man.

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  • Yubao

    Somehow I couldn't change the wording of the description part after I copied the hike. It's just the darned phone,it's owner is just too dumb. So there you have it.

    January 4, 2013

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  • Yubao
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