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Jupiter Lakes #801 — Sep 06, 1999 — Orthoclimber
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Visted Jupiter Peak and lakes over the Labor Day weekend. Trail to the peak (5,700 feet) was entire...

Visted Jupiter Peak and lakes over the Labor Day weekend. Trail to the peak (5,700 feet) was entirely free of snow. Remarkable wildflowers on the trail included indian paintbrush, tiger lilies, and one late blooming rhody. Camped on the summit and the views were spectacular (the Brothers, Constance, Buckhorn, one Trident nuclear submarine, city lights, etc.). Jupiter pothole was still frozen but the other lakes were open. Bugs were terrible at all of the lakes. Fishing was''' You'll have to see for your self.

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Jupiter Lakes (#801)
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