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      09-14-2020, 07:45 AM   #5
happyjack
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Drives: '15 F22 x-drive sport
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i used to own a chunk of dirt (6 acres) at 11,200 ft under the summit of mt bross in alma. we hiked bross, cameron, lincoln, and democrat all in one day!

bagged a few other 14'ers around the durango area where my sister-in-law lives.

there's a ton of variation in terms of technical climbing vs. simple hiking. all trails is a great app and worth paying for the premium service to download the maps an trail notes if you're going to make this a regular hobby.

as Noneya mentioned, altitude sickness is common at these altitudes. we're sea-level dwellers, so we always tried to stay the first 2 nights in denver before heading up to high elevations. then a third night in the 9k-10K range before going higher. this approach generally seemed to work for me: avoid fatty, salty foods, pre-hydrate, and take a single regular strength tylenol before you set out. carry as much water as you're able, and drink it constantly.
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my garage: '15 F22 x-drive coupe sport line, '17 F25 x-drive28i SAV, '09 E91 x-drive wagon, '06 E90 x-drive sedan
previous rides: '87 E30 MT convertible, '92 E36 sedan, '99 E36 MT convertible, '07 E83 x-drive30 SAV, '12 E89 Z4 s-drive28i MT M-sport,
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