[pct-l] Glacier Peak detour in WA
rrh.henry at gmail.com
Sat Aug 3 21:52:30 CDT 2013
The new route to the new Suiattle Bridge goes through some pretty
impressive old growth forest, and the trail is well built and well
graded. If you look hard enough near the new bridge you can find
camping spots where the work crews camped. The water may all have
rock flour in it, however.
On Sat, Aug 3, 2013 at 5:17 PM, Andrea Dinsmore
<andrea at dinsmoreshikerhaven.com> wrote:
> In the last 8 years and over 1500 hikers I would guess maybe 10 hikers have
> tried the "reroute" trail. Those who I have spoke to afterwards say it had
> not been maintained and was a tough trek. This year those who have stayed
> here are using both the Suiattle Log and the new bridge. Some dislike the
> fact of the new bridge adding 5 miles the trail.
> PCT MOM
> Andrea Dinsmore
> On Sat, Aug 3, 2013 at 12:21 PM, Judith McGuire <judithsmcguire at gmail.com>wrote:
>> I haven't gotten any feedback on the Glacier Peak detour. According
>> to databook and guidebook (both old) there's a detour around. But
>> Yogi's book give's link to Jonathan Ley alternative and another guy's
>> alternative. Is the PCT fixed around there? Any recommendations on
>> which detour?
>> Judo (Judy McGuire)
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