Pasayten Wilderness Adventure

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  1. segge

    segge Member

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    8 of us from the FFF club Alpine Fly Fishers in the Puyallup area ventured into the Pasayten wilderness on horseback to fish some high alpine lakes ... upper & lower cathedral, Cornwell and Remmel ... great trip.

    I posted it to the AFF website for all to see ... we are going back in 2011.
    Highly recommended!

    http://www.alpineflyfishers.org/PWHome.html

    Enjoy ...

    Steve Egge
     
  2. Ed Call

    Ed Call Mumbling Moderator Staff Member

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    Stunning scenery and fantastic group trip report Steve. Thank you for sharing.
     
  3. Randall Dee

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    Read itall. Sounds like a nice trip. I got to get back up there some day.
     
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    Looks like a cool trip. I've wondered about doing a wildnerness trip on horseback but haven't ridden since I was a teenager.

    Sg
     
  5. Mark Walker

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    Looks terrific! Thanks for the link.
    I'd love to the Frank Church/River of No Return Wilderness that way.
     
  6. dryflylarry

    dryflylarry "Chasing Riseforms"

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    Great trip! I did a 50 mile loop backpack trip in the Hidden Lakes, Quartz Lake, and Whistler Basin area by myself when I was about 35 I think. I have been wanting to go back ever since. It is one of the most beautiful places I have every hiked. I loved it so much. I have planned to get back. I think I can still do it with a backpack, but I am now 61. If I don't do it in the next couple of years, I will have to get a horse! But I will do it again!
     
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    Wettin' my appetite Steve! I wanna go next time.
    Thanks for sharing...awesome stuff.
     
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    Great write up Steve!!
    Loved all the pictures
     

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