Wolf Jaws Hike
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Location: The "Wolf Jaw" hike in the middle of the Adirondacks
Dates: July 1-3, 2011
Notes: Unfortunately, most of the original notes from this trip were lost along the way, BUT we were able to salvage some commentary text'd back to us by Jason Musits (seen below).

We got back to the lean-to around 9PM last night and ended up hiking back out the car, got there a little before 10. We spent about 13 hours on the trail, doing Upper Wolf Jaw, Armstrong and Gothics in that order.

I also ended up bagging Saddleback on they way out. Some very difficult ascents and descents due to the wet rock. I think everyone ended up on their butts more than once. I'd have to look at the map again, but I think we did about 14 miles, in beautiful weather, and we couldn't have asked for a nicer day.

I didn't bring my camera, but Mikey did and he is planning on uploading to the troop website. We saw someone in the col between Upper Wolf Jaw and Armstrong hiking barefoot!

Although we're a little light on commentary, we had plenty of pictures.  If you'd like to see the full set of 70, just click here to download a zip of them all.