And Sizer makes it six

Peak Summited2019 Mount Sizer
Type of HikeDay hike
TrailheadCoe Headquarters
EncounteredWildflowers blooming
Road ConditionsRoad suitable for all vehicles
Bug StatusNo bugs
Snow ConditionsSnow free
Trail ConditionsTrail in good condition

Completed the final leg of the Six Pack of Peaks today with a solo summit run of Mt. Sizer in Henry Coe State Park. At 17 miles – it was long, which included the 1.3 mile “Shortcut” which gained 1,500 feet in altitude for an average 22% grade (it’s like stairs for over a mile and a quarter). The trail had single track as well as dirt road, 3 stream crossings, a picturesque frog pond, and nice views. I was pretty tanked near the end after crossing Coyote Creek – then a long uphill back to the park headquarters. Overall, the weather was nice and I even got a high five from the ranger when I was done.


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