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Date Posted: 10:13:40 10/12/04 Tue
Author: Nate
Subject: Elephant Mountain

I'm considering doing Elephant Mountain, and having read the Gene Daniels route description (i.e. bushwhack from the Clearwater Brook Trail), I was wondering how easy the Clearwater Brook Trail is to locate from the South Arm Road? Is it basically up Elephant Mountain Road (it this street marked?)? Having looked at the Delorme map for the area, it appears that either Elephant Mountain Road or Old County Road climbs halfway up the mountain before forking, and the left fork in particular seems to get decently close to the summit before dying out. Would this be an easier way to go? Once I commence the bushwhack, how difficult is it to locate the southwest summit? Is it just a matter of continuing to climb until I get there, or is there a flat ridge I have to worry about getting lost on? Any information regarding this peak would be greatly appreciated.

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