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daytripper2007

water on Adams?

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How long do you plan on being up on Adams? I hiked it back in July in one day. Started off at 630a and got back to car at 5p. The day was clear, beautiful, but warm. I went through 6 bottles of water (Nestle brand size) and could have used more. My suggestion is to take more than needed if there's not safe water up there. That... I don't know but it would be a huge benefit if there was.

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Are you bringing a stove? Cause if so then you could always melt water. Thats what I did. All I had was a nalgene bottle and plenty of fuel. Sure I ended up melting water at the summit (made for a nice rest stop).

 

Water is heavy so its hard to find the right balance between enough and to much.

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