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Camp at Lower Boyscout Lake
California
Campsite near Lower Boyscout Lake on the way up to either the Mountaineers Route on Mount Whitney or to Mount Russell. There's a burnt tree trunk that everybody always thinks is bear when they get to this camp at night. Without fail.
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Uploaded: 14/04/2013
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Tags: mount whitney; mountaineers route; california; sierra nevada; brandon riza; climbing; hiking; mountaineering; mountains; tent; camp
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