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post #1 of (permalink) Old 10-07-2020, 11:33 PM Thread Starter
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Are the directions in the trail wiki still accurate? Any advice would be appreciated! Thanks in advance.
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ask Karvitk directly. I recall he did several trips there last yr


(btw your Flickr link on Rockies side for Bow falls is bogus)
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Invalid. If you click The link, it says album doesn't exist
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I suspect (though I haven't tried) that you can intercept the east trail by travelling up the Brew FSR, the one where the RV campground is. The walk along the tracks is a bit of a slog.
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I suspect (though I haven't tried) that you can intercept the east trail by travelling up the Brew FSR, the one where the RV campground is. The walk along the tracks is a bit of a slog.
First two times to Brew Lake were from off the rail road tracks west of Brandywine Falls; the route is now closed.

As for the Brew FSR , I never went that way.

Last # of times, Chance Creek way....where you go to access Cypress Peak. found it was shorter and more direct that way.

Stu, if you want to go that way.... we can hook up and do that together, a few other people are interested. You need sturdy 4 wheel drive however,. Without 4 wheel drive, then go Brew FSR.

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