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Old 07-16-2012, 04:56 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by jan View Post
Reclimbed St. Regis a couple of days ago. It's a really nice trail to a great view. You can't climb the tower because the lower couple sections of stairs have been removed, but you don't need to to see the view.
Yeah, as I posted earlier in this thread, St. Regis is my favorite as well. Definitely a great peak, well worth climbing:

I've climbed St. Regis numerous times... always meant to go back and do it as an overnight (the clearing where the observer's cabin used to be is now a designated tent site) but haven't done so yet. I was reading in an old guidebook that there also used to be a lean-to on the trail up St. Regis, but it was apparently removed at the same time as the observer's cabin.
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