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#1155285 - 06/20/17 06:25 PM Camp for Copper & Fernow
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Hi,
I read on summitpost that people attempt Copper (E Face) from a campsite west of Holden Village. What if you want to also do Fernow (E Ridge)? Is there a place to camp closer to the peaks?

Cheers.

Jon

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#1155604 - 07/12/17 05:12 PM Re: Camp for Copper & Fernow [Re: JonMW]
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Loc: Bow,WA Barranquilla Colombia
Copper Basin (take the trail that heads up there)

Just make sure you do a very good job of burying your shit a long ways from the creek, as that is the source of the villages drinking water. Granted they have a filtration plant, but it is the thought that counts =)

Starting from the basin, or a little bit lower is the least Bushwacky way to get to Copper, you should gain at least 2000' on the trail before leaving it.

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