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Cook Carrizo Connector

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Wilderness Freeway: Heavily used and well maintained.
Clear: No obstacles and tread well defined.
Passable: Some brush and/or deadfalls, tread evident.
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Impassable: Completely overgrown or tread obliterated.

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Re: Cook Carrizo Connector

Post by pantilat on Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:05 pm

Date Hiked: December 10, 2017
General Condition: Clear (no obstacles and tread well defined)

The Cook-Carrizo connector is underneath the sugar pines so it is not a section conducive to rapid brush growth but it was recently brushed so any brush has been cleared. The junction with the Carrizo Trail is marked by a wooden post and currently there's also some orange flagging. The tread is faint but followable as it traverses the hillside. The junction with the Cooks Spring Trail is marked by a rock cairn. Flow at Cooks Spring is slow (20 oz takes about a minute).

Cook Carrizo Connector

Post by VWA Admin on Tue Dec 27, 2016 4:54 pm

Submit reports for the Cook Carrizo Connector here.

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