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Old 05-08-2013, 09:56 AM   #1
Join Date: Mar 2013
Location: Clifton Park, NY
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Question Overnight High Peak Sugesstions?

Hello All,

I am planning on my first overnight hike of the season in the high peaks on May 18-19 and I was hoping to find some advice on a good 20-30 mile loop of some sort. I do not have much criteria except that I would like it to be in the high peaks and I would like to summit at least two mountains, preferably more. I am leaving this fairly open ended because I am sure you all have a wealth of knowledge that could be used for future trips out.

I am not against hiking some peaks I have already done, but this is potentially my last summer in the area and I would love to try and get all 46 finished, so if you could try to avoid the following peaks, it would be greatly appreciated!


On a slightly un related note, does anyone have a particular bear can they recommend?

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