Mount Sizer Hike Logs

Are you taking the NorCal Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge? Here you can see all the hikes logged in our 2018 challenge, with the most recent at the top. Click on a hike log to see all the details, more photos and leave comments for the challengers.

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Fourth Peak

“The Shortcut” – That's all i need to say …oh, and “Jackass”
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Sizer shortcut sucked.

Group of 6 training for Mount Whitney backpacking trip. I had a 25.5lbs pack. We knew this was going to be tough, and we were…
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Mt Sizer

Most challenging hike of the 6 peak series so far. Two creek crossings, two major climbs and many beautiful views. Glad I did this one…
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Sun!

Beautiful day for a hike!  The sun was out. With all the recent rains, the creek crossings were pretty deep – just over my knees…
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Sizer Does Matter

Sizer Peak while not as prominent as other peaks in the challenge never ceases to amaze me. I did this hike on December 29 and…
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Don’t Tick Me Off

No bugs…if you don’t count ticks as bugs. If you do…then pre-soak everything in Permethrin…. I’ve done the Mt Sizer Loop before as a day…
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I Don’t Think I Should Have Hiked This One First

I feel so accomplished! I went right for the third longest and most elevation gain first which may not have been the best idea. But…
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P.H.D

This was my last hike for the NorCal Six Pack of Peaks and now I’m going to have P.H.D (Post Hike Depression) until the 2019…
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Late start, even later finish

Thanks to the traffic on my way down to Mt Sizer, I got a really late start today – and even later finish, because I…
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Mount Sizer

tough but fun!!
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5 of 6

This is the most challenging hike I’ve done among the 6. Summiting is equally difficult as the hike down to the trailhead. Best to be…
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Took the “Short Cut” to the top of Mt. Sizer

Veteran Bay Area hikers will inevitably ask, “Have you done the Short Cut?” finally being able to answer “yes” is a point of significant pride.…
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