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I was planning to hike from Tuolomne Meadows to Mt Whitney Starting 
July 12 or 13 over 16 or 17  Days.  Anyone know if this is even possible 
with present snow conditions. If snow shoes,   in step crapons and ice 
are brought along will they be helpful.  Is anyone interested in going 
or have plans to start out at near that time. Leaving Seattle July 11
Kirk Christensen

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