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choplops


Oct 27, 2007, 6:09 PM
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Oct 27, 2007, 6:51 PM
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choplops wrote:
I've been doing some poking around based upon some of the hints that are around and I think I have an idea of where this place is. Someone mentioned that from the parking to the east you could follow an old logging road for about a mile, does anybody know if this "logging road" has become more of a 4 wheel drive trail, and if that is the case, it looks like the trail splits, is there any landmark while on the trail to go by?

LOL

I would think that once your on the logging road you've passed the rim.
You dirty dog.

LOL


justincompton79


Nov 2, 2007, 4:06 PM
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There's a much easier way to get there.... and it's so much faster then that way....


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rocknice2 wrote:
choplops wrote:
I've been doing some poking around based upon some of the hints that are around and I think I have an idea of where this place is. Someone mentioned that from the parking to the east you could follow an old logging road for about a mile, does anybody know if this "logging road" has become more of a 4 wheel drive trail, and if that is the case, it looks like the trail splits, is there any landmark while on the trail to go by?

LOL

I would think that once your on the logging road you've passed the rim.
You dirty dog.

LOL

LOL!!


lofstromc


Nov 2, 2007, 4:57 PM
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It sounds like you were almost there, take the middle path and keep hiking until you pass the taint.
Just beyond the taint is the rim. Good luck


joeforte


Nov 16, 2007, 11:17 AM
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lofstromc wrote:
It sounds like you were almost there, take the middle path and keep hiking until you pass the taint.
Just beyond the taint is the rim. Good luck

I wouldn't just hike past the taint though, this is an often overlooked gem!


Shardzy


Nov 11, 2008, 8:36 PM
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Any chance of getting long/lat coordinates to parking lot.


stredna


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i would be sicker than a guatemalan hooker if some scurvy dog surrendered such a pin point location. all the beta thus far should be good enough for me to find it. thanx sprayers!


rckymtnlowballer


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Why the need to keep these choss piles a secret? There is little to no decent climbing in NEPA as, outside of Squirrel Rock and Mocanaqua. Absolutely not worth keeping a secret.


joeforte


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rckymtnlowballer wrote:
Why the need to keep these choss piles a secret? There is little to no decent climbing in NEPA as, outside of Squirrel Rock and Mocanaqua. Absolutely not worth keeping a secret.

You're clearly missing the good stuff, especially if you think the rim is choss.


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