[pct-l] water in Bear Creek
welchenergy at gmail.com
Mon Aug 17 17:51:15 CDT 2015
I have hiked that area a lot and can not imagine no water at all in that
creek. Many years it is difficult to cross because there is too MUCH
water. If I was planning a hike there (even this year) I wouldn't worry
about it. ..
On Aug 17, 2015 3:46 PM, "Herb Stroh" <HStroh at sjmslaw.com> wrote:
> I see no one has responded to this. Sorry, no firsthand knowledge, but a
> good place to get a fresh report is the JMT blog, found here:
> https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/johnmuirtrail/info Someone there will
> have traveled the area recently.
> I can tell you that the JMT area has had a somewhat wet July-more than the
> traditional 1-2 hour thunderstorms in the afternoon. Even light snow at
> some passes. You should be good on water, but always nice to have some
> intel from boots on the ground.
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