Adventure Sports Journal Cover Shot + Feature — Hidden in Plan Sight

Woodfords Canyon is a deep cleft in the eastern slope of the Sierra that runs almost exactly east-west along the West Fork Carson River and the eastern reach of Carson Pass/Highway 88. There are cliffs banding both sides of the canyon so you can climb on south-facing, sun-drenched cliffs in the winter or hide in the shade of the north-facing side in the summer. Accordingly, these two sides of the canyon are referred to as the winter and summer sides.

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3 Comments

  1. Please be careful, my son. I spent a lot of money raising you and your brothers and I do not want to have to pick up the pieces, as in humpty dumpty. Love Dad ps off to Mexico for a little fishing. Be back in a week

  2. Love the blog – I spent the past 5 years in Tahoe and am now off to England to dream of moving back one day. I am soaking up anything Tahoe like sun on a long, dark winter…

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