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Langley via the East-Southeast Ridge

Langley via the East-Southeast Ridge

Mount Langley is California's southernmost fourteener and most definitely not California's most climbed mountain. Why doesn't Langley attract more attention? Maybe it's that (more)

Langley – Skiing the Northeast Couloir

Langley - Skiing the Northeast Couloir

Mount Langley, California — sunlight breaks through swirling clouds, revealing a giant, winding couloir that drop past spires and buttresses to the Tuttle Creek Drainage, (more)

Tuttle Creek Shakedown

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I've been trying to think of a good motto for this website, and one of my ideas, which seems especially apt right now, is "We make the mistakes so you don't have (more)

Langley – Cottonwood Lakes Loop

Langley - Cottonwood Lakes Loop

Looking for a spectacular high-altitude day hike in the Southern Sierra? Mount Langley via Horseshoe Meadows is an excellent choice (more)

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