goshute range car camp - May 25, 2013

The Goshute Range is the wall of mountains that runs south from Wendover on the Nevada side of the border. The west side is a maze of canyons, cliffs and crags, leading up to 9,000+ foot peaks with commanding views of the Salt Flats. The range is covered by the Goshute Peak and Bluebell Wilderness Study Areas, and it is the site of the fall annual raptor count. This exploratory trip will do some long cross-country loops, sampling the scenery and enjoying the isolation. You can expect hikes on steep terrain with routefinding and possibly some scrambling, followed by a relaxed time at camp.

Organizer:Donn Seeley
Date:Sat May 25 2013 — Mon May 27 2013
Meeting Place:Registration required

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