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Old 08-30-2006, 07:37 PM   #1
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Tongue Mountain Range Question

My wife and I are going to hike a part of the range this Friday - probably about 4 miles out and 4 back (hopefully a bit more). Would it be better to go from the north trailhead or Clay Meadow? I figure if we start from the north we can get to about 5th peak and back. If we go from Clay Meadow, I figure we can get to about French Point Mountain before retracing our steps. If I am not mistaken, the climb is more gradual from the north. Are the views better from one of these two options? Thanks for any input - we rarely get to hike together so I'd like the best option.
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Old 08-30-2006, 09:05 PM   #2
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While the climb is more gradual from the north, the views are much nicer in the middle and lower sections of the mountain range. I'd do Clay Meadows .
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