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Old 08-23-2012, 09:07 PM
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Originally Posted by subzali View Post
Wow, great pictures Perry! Don't know how I missed this report, but looks like a great hiking/biking/snowshoeing opportunity! Do you know how far it is to Pavilion Point from the trailhead?
Matt,

was going to respond last night but fell asleep. Yeah, i'm a lame ass.

It's an awesome route for hiking, biking and snowshoeing.

At 6%. The grade is easy, for us humans anyway. Some folks like to combine the Argentine route 248.1 to make a big loop.

Up to Pavilion Point and back took us only a morning. Awesomeness was A) Getting home before traffic started and B) The Georgetown Loop huming away while we hiked the Argentine Central.

I called it the Ghost of Argentine Central while hiking down.

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