Maiden Peak

October 5, 2003

Five robust adventurers left Eugene in the mist only to arrive at Gold Lake Road in picture-perfect weather. The hike to the top of Maiden Peak is a beautiful but steady climb through the Willamette Forest. Three hours after starting we had the entire peak (and the entire mountain) to ourselves. Blue sky, 75 or 80 degrees, no wind—we could have stayed there all day. The hike down was uneventful except for a misguided yellow jacket who launched a terrorist attack on one wrist and one knee. Hikers were Danny Baihuber, Merill Cray, John Hudson, Don Payne and Doug McCarty, leader.

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