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Bolton Backcountry Bloviating

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Re: Bolton Backcountry Bloviating

Postby Bob T » Mon Jan 22, 2018 12:25 pm

10 VT bubble points to Dirk for the Heady summit snack. :)

Thanks for the guide offer. Would love to do that. Saw the dog warning for Bolton and was wondering how to make that work.
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Re: Bolton Backcountry Bloviating

Postby Dirk » Mon Jan 22, 2018 1:10 pm

Bob-
Folks are always trying to sneak dogs in from the Bolton side, and getting busted. Don't ask me how I know. There are other ways to get back up in there that are perfectly legal, they just require a longer approach.

As for the Heady Topper, I received a four-pack in payment for a binding repair. No better place to enjoy it than out on the trail.
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Re: Bolton Backcountry Bloviating

Postby North816 » Tue Jan 23, 2018 8:24 pm

wow, I'm not a big tracker but those do look like an actual catamount. They look feline (no claws) and nearly 4 inches across. very cool!

http://www.naturetracking.com/mountain-lion-tracks/
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Re: Bolton Backcountry Bloviating

Postby flyingcow » Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:12 am

North816 wrote:wow, I'm not a big tracker but those do look like an actual catamount. They look feline (no claws) and nearly 4 inches across. very cool!

http://www.naturetracking.com/mountain-lion-tracks/


Nah, some had claws, I'm pretty sure it was coyote or coywolf. Could have been a little bear, though...
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