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The Cascades: The Cascade Range
Monday, August 15 @ 12:08:58 PDT by drew (5586 reads)
Information to help plan a hikeHere are some links to information about our Cascade Mountains I hope you find this useful, and that you plan for and hike as much of this wonderful area as possible. Click the map!

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General Information: Black Bears in the U.S.
Thursday, July 10 @ 17:27:19 PDT by drew (6795 reads)
Information to help plan a hikeBlack Bear Ursus Americanus Physical Characteristics Black, brown, blond, or cinnamon in color. Black with a light brown snout is the most common coloration in Yellowstone National Park. Average weight is Yellowstone is 100-300 pounds, with males usually larger than females. Height is 2.5-3 feet at the shoulder when standing on all fours and and 5 feet when standing upright. Rump is higher than front shoulders. Face profile is straight; muzzle is relatively long. Ears are long and prominent. Behavior Usually less aggressive than grizzlies. Cubs:- weigh about one-half pound at birth-Stay with their mother up to 1.5 years. Black bears often make dens under roots of trees at low to middle elevations. Active mainly from dawn to dusk, but may be active any time of day or night. Excellent tree-climbing ability is used-to escape predators-to feed on nuts and fruit in trees. Distribution Black Bears once ranged widely--from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans and from the tree line in the northern Arctic to northern Mexico. Currently exist in 75% of their former range, and are not listed as threatened as are grizzlies. Have shown more ability to live near people than have brown or polar bears; some live in forest habitats not as far from cities. Primarily forest creatures, black bears rarely travel far from the shelter of trees. Black bears frequent areas of mixed woodland and small meadows in the sub-alpine zone. Black bears are returning to many forested areas near major cities.

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Backpacking Trips: 2002-2003 Route and daily schedules
Friday, June 06 @ 00:00:00 PDT by drew (6139 reads)
Information to help plan a hikeI am migrating everything related to the Wonderland trail in one spot. Enjoy! Feel free to add comments or suggestions. Mt. Rainier's Wonderland Trail

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Trail Facts: Wonderland Trail Information spreadsheet (UPDATED)
Tuesday, May 20 @ 12:11:54 PDT by drew (6962 reads)
Information to help plan a hikeHere is a spreadsheet that I have been putting together, It will be updated from time to time as more info is collected. EnjoyRight Click and select save asWonderland Trail Spreadsheet

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Various rock spires at Smith Rock State Park provide for great scenery as you hike through the park.
Various rock spires at Smith Rock State Park provide for great scenery as you hike through the park.
From: Smith Rock, OR

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Diamond Creek 85
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