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Old 07-19-2013, 03:09 AM
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Default Re: Wind River Range...

Hiking in the Winds can be brutal. I've always thought the hiking in the Winds was always just a little tougher than in Colorado where I live. The trails are obviously well marked and maintained but hiking distances tend to be long and the topography of the Winds makes for tons of mind-numbing ups and downs. And there tends to be mucho stream crossings without the aid of any foot bridges. I don't have any pictures of a "tougher" trail, but here are some pics of scenic trail conditions. There are no pictures of any climbs either. I guess I don't take pictures when I'm huffing and puffing going uphill.

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