Mountaineering requires sound judgment and adequate physical conditioning. The information contained on this website may not be accurate and care should be taken when following any of the route descriptions posted on this site. The descriptions are not intended to be used as an instructional guide. Route descriptions, maps, GPS files, and other resources provided on this site should be used with caution and may contain inaccuracies. No single tool (route text, map, GPS file, video, 3D model, etc.) is intended to be used as a sole method for navigation. When hiking or climbing, always utilize multiple navigation methods (including paper maps) and be aware of your surroundings.
The described hiking and backcountry ski routes are located in terrain that can change dramatically due to erosion, human intervention, weather and other factors. Even daily changes in weather can cause a route to become more dangerous.
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