By: Patricia Meixner
From the Angeles Chapter Schedule
From the SPS column in the July 1956 issue of Southern Sierran
TRAIL PEAK-June 9-10: Frank Sanborn, Leader; Ted Maier, Asst. Leader.
On Sat., June 9, (1956) from the end of the Carroll Creek road out of Lone Pine, 19 persons knapsacked 9 miles to camp at Horseshoe Meadow in the Cottonwood Basin. The trial was good and the weather beautiful. The afternoon was spent loafing, swimming and sunbathing.
Sun. morning 17 people made the easy walking ascent of 11,622 ft. Trail Peak, from which they had a magnificent view of the Kern Canyon area, Whitney and Kaweah peaks, Cottonwood Basin, Olancha Peak area and the Great Western Divide. There was some snow glissading on the way back down to camp. Before hiking out there was another long session of sunbathing.
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