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Lower Wolf Jaw, Upper Wolf Jaw, Armstrong, Gothics and Sawteeth
 
By mdamour1976 | Published on Friday January 25, 2008 | Categories: Lower Wolf Jaw | Upper Wolf Jaw | Armstrong | Gothics | Sawteeth

August 14, 1987


After an awful outing on Nye and Street earlier in the year, we returned to the peaks, however this time on marked ATIS trails.  This hike was the longest and required the most climbing of any so far.  We began near the AuSable Club and within a short distance departed from Lake Road and began our ascent up toward the Wolf Jaws.  The weather was beautiful for most of the day, allowing us to make our way to Gothics quite easily.  On the way down Gothics, it began to get dark, however it was still the middle of the afternoon.  Before long we were in the middle of a thunderstorm.  A couple of hikers we met along the trail gave us some ponchos to protect us from the downpour.  Despite the rain, we pushed on and made the summit of Sawteeth.  It was a great hike, but the storm I'll always remember .

There are no pictures from this hike, however there are others from later hikes of these same mountains.

Article: Lower Wolf Jaw, Upper Wolf Jaw, Armstrong, Gothics and Sawteeth
Categories: Lower Wolf Jaw | Upper Wolf Jaw | Armstrong | Gothics | Sawteeth
Description: Lower Wolf Jaw, Upper Wolf Jaw, Armstrong, Gothics and Sawteeth (#18, #19, #20, #21 and #22)
Tags: Hiking Adirondacks Lower Wolf Jaw, Upper Wolf Jaw, Armstrong, Gothics and Sawteeth Text: there are no pictures from this hike, however there are others from later hikes of these same mountains.

august 14, 1987



after an awful outing on nye and street earlier in the year, we returned to the peaks, however this time on marked atis trails.  this hike was the longest and required the most climbing of any so far.  we began near the ausable club and within a short distance departed from lake road and began our ascent up toward the wolf jaws.  the weather was beautiful for most of the day, allowing us to make our way to gothics quite easily.  on the way down gothics, it began to get dark, however it was still the middle of the afternoon.  before long we were in the middle of a thunderstorm.  a couple of hikers we met along the trail gave us some ponchos to protect us from the downpour.  despite the rain, we pushed on and made the summit of sawteeth.  it was a great hike, but the storm i'll always remember .


Author: mdamour1976
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