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    1 month, 4 weeks ago
    Absolutely stunning view of the Wind River Range. Hike was easy to moderate.
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    2 months ago
    For anyone who loves those jagged alpine peaks, this section of our hike passing through the Cirque of the Towers is spectacular. We were there 2 days after a September snow storm and therefore hiked mostly in snow, with no track from Lonesome Lake to Texas Pass. With good weather and paying attention to the map and terrain, it was easy enough to make it to the pass, although deep snow adds some adventure and extra fatigue. It also adds to the beauty of the landscape.
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    2 months ago
    This was day one of a 3 day, 2 night backpack. There is a lot to see for the alpine lover, meadows, broad streams, rocky crags, towering mountains, etc. Camping at North Lake is not advisable due to regulations, 200 feet from lake, 100 feet from streams, as there is not much room between the canyon walls. Arrowhead Lake that lies below War Bonnet Peak and is a short distance from North Lake would be a better camping option.
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    4 months, 2 weeks ago
    Beautiful terrain, though there is a large amount of deadfall. Big beautiful high mountain lakes, bear tracks, big fish. North Fork trail is no longer maintained and cannot be followed. We had to bushwhacked the majority of the trail back as we could only find sparse remnants on the off occasion.
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