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A place for leash holders to find places to hike...  Just for the dog.

No sidewalks.  Virtually no pavement or roads.  Lots of water.   

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2006.06.01 | 2005.07.01

I'll post up routes and map and gear recommendations so that you can go it alone...  If you'd like to go with us, please send me an e-mail, and I'll provide trail head info and start times... 

We follow the rules of the places both letter and spirit.  Leashes are nearly always required.  All of the places are beautiful.  All of these places are potentially dangerous.  While these hikes are very nearly all on established and mapped trails, it is important to stress at the outset that there is always a significant danger associated with adventures into the wilderness. Those who wish to follow these hikes should be fully cognizant of those dangers and take appropriate precautions. The descriptions are primarily intended for experienced hikers who will exercise informed judgement and caution.  These hikes should not require any particular technical expertise or equipment.  Even given all this, the dangers should not be minimized. The accounts are offered with the understanding that hikers will proceed entirely at their own risk.  Further, it is noted that at all times, hikers are responsible for their own and their dog's actions and the consequences of those actions.

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Send me an e-mail to join us!!!
lisaandkaty@hotmail.com

Peak to Peak Trail and
                                    Wilderness Links
Peak to Peak Trail and Wilderness Links


Deuteronomy 23:13 And thou shalt have a paddle upon thy weapon; and it shall be, when thou wilt ease thyself abroad, thou shalt dig therewith, and shalt turn back and cover that which cometh from thee...   and thy dog...