|Working 20m with the Elecraft KX1, external|
12v battery, KX1 Keyer, and 41 ft. Longwire
|Hiking route to Larch MTN|
""Tuner Hill"" W7W/SO-114
On the way down I noticed a possible approach from the West to ""Tuner Hill"". I headed up there and found out that this summit is an easy drive up. I made a short approach just as it was starting to get dark and through out the Random wire in a tree. I worked 20m with 10 contacts, switched to 40 getting no chasers. During the 1 minutes I was on the air the kids played hide and seek. Sorry that this was a short one but the sun was down and the kids were hungry. I had to get this unactivated peak activated.
|Reverse Beacon Spots|
|Approx. 45 miles of driving to check out the summits.|
Summit information and resources used for planning
I use this app to estimate distances of new trails.
Tracks for my hike to Larch Mountain.
Here is one of my secrets!!! Even if you don't do geocaching take a look at the map. If you manipulate it right up can see every summit out there. If there is a geocache at the top, there is a way to get there. Sometimes if you click on the cache it will even give detailed directions to get there and some good pictures.
Here is an example of some decent directions learned from a geocache. The information was out dated but much of the time it is not.
I link to this site from my blog and from my blog to this site. This site is great because it posts the very necessary information straight to the Summit Page.