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PostSat Oct 26, 2019 7:34 pm 
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There were meadows, waterfalls, old grown with fairy rings, mountain goats dancing with bears, a lake with icebergs, spectacular views of the surrounding peaks, almost nobody else on the trail, and a goddess of the forest that has the ability to grant wishes (she was pretty hot!) This is the only hike anybody ever needs to do, if people knew about this they wouldn't waste their time on the Enchantments or Cascade Pass or any of that crowded, played out nonsense.

This wonder trail is called Mount Si.

Tell everyone you know.
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PostSat Oct 26, 2019 9:12 pm 
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Sounds like one I did once rattlesnack ledge??? Oh no rattlesnake ledge. Definitely the only hike worth doing. I plane to hike it 8 days a week now. And post on IG everytime.

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PostMon Oct 28, 2019 8:42 am 
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I really enjoy Heybrook lookout hike. There is never anyone there unless you go on the weekend or mid week
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PostMon Oct 28, 2019 9:00 am 
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Here's a photo from Mount Si on Saturday right before the sky cleared up.


And then after the sun came out.


Mount Si.   smile.gif
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PostMon Oct 28, 2019 9:46 am 
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I didn't know you could see the north side of SilverStar from Mt Si!
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On a clear day you can see forever and ever and ever and ever more. . .
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PostMon Oct 28, 2019 10:02 am 
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I see you decided to keep the hot spring a sekrit
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PostMon Oct 28, 2019 10:25 am 
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rbuzby wrote:
I didn't know you could see the north side of SilverStar from Mt Si!

I don't have an Instagram so I'm spreading the word here.  Mount Si is an amazing wilderness experience where you can find solitude.
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PostMon Oct 28, 2019 11:31 am 
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Mt Sigh
Rattlesnek Ledge
Mealbucks Peak

The Holy Trinity. Do it in a day, no *motorized wheels. TR or you must be assumed to have fudged a segment or two.

*edit, sorry bikes are fine
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PostMon Oct 28, 2019 12:07 pm 
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Cyclopath wrote:
rbuzby wrote:
I didn't know you could see the north side of SilverStar from Mt Si!

I don't have an Instagram so I'm spreading the word here.  Mount Si is an amazing wilderness experience where you can find solitude.



I'm pretty sure they never did find that Treasury Department plane that crashed on Mt Si with the crates full of non sequential $100 bills.  I'm surprised more people don't go up there looking for it.
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PostMon Oct 28, 2019 12:29 pm 
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rbuzby wrote:
I'm pretty sure they never did find that Treasury Department plane that crashed on Mt Si with the crates full of non sequential $100 bills.

Or the second of the two companion planes flying into the states across the southern boarder in 1976.  One crashed in lower Merced Lake in CA, the other reportedly crashed just north of the Si glacier.  Wreckage of the latter has yet to be located.
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PostMon Oct 28, 2019 7:25 pm 
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JonnyQuest wrote:
rbuzby wrote:
I'm pretty sure they never did find that Treasury Department plane that crashed on Mt Si with the crates full of non sequential $100 bills.

Or the second of the two companion planes flying into the states across the southern boarder in 1976.  One crashed in lower Merced Lake in CA, the other reportedly crashed just north of the Si glacier.  Wreckage of the latter has yet to be located.

Was that the one that ran into a Cessna 206 carrying DeBeersí entire 1975 gem quality output?

Best.
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PostTue Oct 29, 2019 4:36 pm 
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I'll be the one to do it:

D. B. Cooper
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PostTue Oct 29, 2019 5:40 pm 
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Cyclopath wrote:
Here's a photo from Mount Si on Saturday right before the sky cleared up.


And then after the sun came out.


Mount Si.   smile.gif

I hiked Mt Si and there were 2 other people cyclopath. Your trip report made it and instant sensation and ruined a prestine environment. You should be ashamed of yourself.

The good news was the weather cleared for me so I had great views of the Atlantic ocean and Mt Everest.

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Apparently someone rode an ebike to the top of the haystack yesterday.  And an unleashed dog was being delivered via drone.  (Luckily, both were shot.)  Nice work pal.
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