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Mt. Langley Day 1 Cottonwood Lakes Trail to CW Lake 3

 
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PostPosted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 12:04 pm    Post subject: Mt. Langley Day 1 Cottonwood Lakes Trail to CW Lake 3  Reply with quote

4 years in the making, I finally found myself on the summit of Mt. Langley.

Day 1 - With the exception of some confusion regarding the numbering of the lakes, things essentially went as planed. Here's a link to the trip report and full gallery:
 Mt. Langley Backpack, Day 1 Cottonwood Lakes Trail to Cottonwood Lake #3, August 28 2015  

...and some highlights. Clicking on a photo will bring you to the trip report/photos:
Riley's typical spot when he sees my gear piling up near the door


JP Headed up the trail. Langley visible in distance
 

Soaking my feet and ankles in Lake #3


View from our campsite


Sunset
 




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