Phil, if you think that's the best place to start, I'm good with that. I've never been on this run, and only know what I've read on the trail descriptions online.Done it tons of times ......
If we are starting from the Queens Valley end (I hope so) the first 10 miles can be very fast if solo.
The camp spot I was talking about is a barn and corral a couple miles closer to 60 past the cabin. The cabin is a stop by camping or not.Phil, if you think that's the best place to start, I'm good with that. I've never been on this run, and only know what I've read on the trail descriptions online.
Did you say at the meeting that the best place to camp was at an old cabin? I saw a waypoint for an old Miner's cabin on Google maps, but there wasn't a road listed. Oak Spring was nearby. I need to check my other maps. Is that the spot you were talking about?
We never found a large enough spot for all of our vehicles and tents on the mountain. We ended up camping just west of Superior off the 60. According to Google, it was about 52 degrees at 5:40am this morning when I checked. I'm sure it was much cooler where we originally talked about camping.Curious how cold it got last night. Temperature was lower last night then previous couple of nights up on the rim. Twenty-seven degrees last night.