Visitors are few.
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- Im roten Schein des Nibiru (German Edition).
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- Gang Bang (German Edition);
Those who come are serious peakbaggers for the most part. Our only visit here was in At that time, little had been written about this area.
Later editions did but with little detail. What kind of surprises us is that it's been 25 years or more since we packed up this trail, so you would think that with another 25 years of use, it would be easier to follow now, but the more recent reports still offer complaints about the difficulties. We've also consulted trip reports on Lists of John, SummitPost and 14ers.
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Even with all that, we can't guarantee your success, so do some of your own homework. The Roach's book provides the most thorough directions. Coordinates provided are not field checked and are taken from Google Earth. Don't take them too literally. Good Luck.
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Be sure and read the trailhead information for the Needleton drop. Cross over to the east side of the Animas River on the sturdy footbridge.
Almost immediately after crossing turn left and head north on a trail that will take you past the cabins and along the riverbank to a crossing of Pigeon Creek - usually not a problem to get across. At the northern end of the meadow, locate the old fallen tree mentioned by Roach in his 13ers guidebook. Roach reports that the Ruby Creek trail takes off about 20 feet past the fallen tree to the right and in about 20 more feet, a faint trail heads diagonally off to the left for Noname Creek.
Locate the faint Ruby Creek trail in the trees on the east side of the meadow. Once on the trail, it will lead to the "Upper Camper's Meadow" identified by Roach. The trail then takes a surprising south turn then east to the base of the mountain. The trail then begins climbing to the north steeply.
Supplementing that description is this provided by Will Rietveld, an ultralight, backpacking enthusiast who does volunteer work for San Juan National Forest:. Go L North on an upcanyon trail from the Needleton bridge for approximately 10 minutes.
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Near the middle of the campers meadow there is a smaller log across the trail with a section cut out for the trail, probably the same as Roach's fallen tree. At that point look to the Right and spot a weak trail going up a dirt bank. Once up the bank the trail goes into a meadow and fades Upper Camper's Meadow.
The trail exits the meadow to the S downcanyon, which doesn't make sense. Stay on that trail as it winds through the trees, and then winds to the E until it reaches an old mine at the base of the mountain. President, Chief Executive Officer, Director. Jurg Buhler. New Stories. Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes. Latest Trade 0.
Ruby Creek — Washington Trails Association
Change -- Pricing Previous Close. Today's High. Today's Low. Recently I came across the reworked Pigeon Peak page, and so I am adding this as a child to help people interested in reaching this area. Since it has been a while since I was in this area, please send me a message if you have any updated info and I would be happy to include it here. Many thanks to some recent beta that sp members have sent to me. I have built two maps illustrating a tracked GPS route and I am including additional comments about the route at the end of the page.
I would also like to solicit some pictures of the "trail" or at least the most confusing spots, if any members have any. Comments from members tell me that this trail is harder to follow than I remembered. Getting There The Ruby Creek trail will involve a backpacking trip with at least one overnight. The hardest part of the Ruby Creek trail is finding it. Once on the east bank of the river, immediately leave the Needle Creek trail and turn left to follow a social trail that heads north on top of the river bank.
I understand this social trail may be near some areas of private property, so please be respectful of those lands. Continue north, crossing Pigeon Creek. Within a quarter mile, the social trail begins to thread and give out into several "pockets" of grassy meadows. Now leave the river trail and head east, walking gradually uphill through the meadows. Find your way to the farthest back of the most eastern meadow.
In the southeastern corner of the most eastern meadow is where you find the Ruby Creek trail.
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