Gannett un-summit

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    Mark, you forgot a small detail…

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    [By: serge on August 15 2005 at 8:09 PM]

    The story was told very well like it has happened except that:
    1-I have never said I was your personnal guide on this trip,
    2-If so, I have never got paid for that king of service;
    3-you forgot to say that you “kind of” started crying on the top of Bonney Pass.
    4-That was the first time I experienced being with someone that was crying on the mountain so consequently had very limited experience to that kind of situation, sorry
  • #7830


    the othe side?

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    [By: Erik on August 12 2006 at 7:54 PM]

    Gannett should never be underestimated and it seems you have learned your lesson. However I laughed out loud when I read that you would do it from the Dubois side instead next time. I have gone in both ways, and the Glacier trail(from Dubois) is not only about 10 mi. longer but is waaaay harder. I would just train more and go for the elkhart trail again.
    • #7831


      The other side…seems a long time ago

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      [By: markv on April 6 2009 at 3:02 AM]

      The Gannett reports were bumped up and i just now noticed this post! We did end up going from the other side (Dubois/Glacier Trail). The approach is definitely harder, but the summit day was so much easier that after doing both ways i’m still not 100% sure which way is more difficult to summit from. My advice would be if you’ve tried from one side, go see the other side the next time!

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