Below is a list of new and updated pages for this blog between July and September 2016.
Clicking on links below will open the page in a new tab so that it will be easier to follow links on those pages and still get back to this one.
- Added hikes #42 through #57 on my 2016 Hikes Page.
- Eaton Saddle to San Gabriel Peak added track map and references.
- San Gabriel Peak Trail to San Gabriel Peak down to Eaton Saddle Trailhead shuttle hike added track map.
- Charlton Flats to Vetter Mountain added track map.
- Colby Canyon to Josephine Peak added track map.
- Dawson Saddle to Mt. Baden-Powell added track map (which shows a small loop at the peak with a path down the west ridge).
Updated 52 Hike Challenge
- Added hikes #29 through #40 on my 52 Hike Challenge Page. Note: I’m only counting different hikes in Angeles National Forest starting in February for the challenge.
New Peaks (also updated on My Peak Bagging Routes Page)”
- Pallett Mountain #2 elevation 7,983′ in Angeles National Forest
- White Mountain elevation 14,246′ in Inyo National Forest
Updated Peaks (also updated on My Peak Bagging Routes Page):
- Kratka Ridge added a new route.
- Mt. Baden-Powell added a new route.
- Mt. Burnham added a new route
- Mt. Hawkins added a two new routes.
- Middle Mt. Hawkins added a new route.
- South Mt. Hawkins added a new route.
- Mt. Waterman added a new route.
- Mt. Williamson added a new route.
- Pallett Mountain added a new route.
- San Bernardino Peak added a new route.
- Telegraph Peak added a new route.
- Throop Peak added two new routes.
- Timber Mountain added a new route.
- Will Thrall Peak added a new route.
- Winston Ridge added a new route
- Winston Peak added a new route
When USA Today was in it’s infancy, some 30 years ago, I worked at many of their production sites. San Bernadino was one, and, as I would be working nights, I couldn’t resist driving up into the mountains to the north during the folowwing mornings. – I am very jealous of your exploits in the nearby Angeles forest, love perusing the the pictures, the map, and text of course. M (In NJ) 🙂