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That's alcohol abuse! You're going to shake that stuff up! Who's bringing the limes?

The photo is taken somewhere around Aliso Woods, and the mountain is the Clevelands (Trabuco area).
 

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Blaster, you are the man!

The photo is taken somewhere around Aliso Woods, and the mountain is the Clevelands (Trabuco area).[/QUOTE]

Good eye... taken from hills in Laguna Niguel looking towards Saddleback Mt.
 

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I've often looked at those peaks wondering which one is the peak of Old Camp, Black Star, Trabuco, etc...I still don't know which one is which from a distance....Heck, from Foothill Ranch, I can't even identify anything. I guess I should break out some topo maps to check for peak altitudes.

Nice rack, btw. :eek: I can't believe I just said that to a guy.
 

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Blaster1200 said:
I've often looked at those peaks wondering which one is the peak of Old Camp, Black Star, Trabuco, etc...I still don't know which one is which from a distance....Heck, from Foothill Ranch, I can't even identify anything. I guess I should break out some topo maps to check for peak altitudes.

Nice rack, btw. :eek: I can't believe I just said that to a guy.
are those titanium spindles you sportin on them spd's?
 

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Thanks.... I think?

Blaster1200 said:
I've often looked at those peaks wondering which one is the peak of Old Camp, Black Star, Trabuco, etc...I still don't know which one is which from a distance....Heck, from Foothill Ranch, I can't even identify anything. I guess I should break out some topo maps to check for peak altitudes.

Nice rack, btw. :eek: I can't believe I just said that to a guy.
The highest mountain is Saddleback an is approx 5600 ft. From the saddle between the two peaks, you take a rugged single track down to Old Camp then continue on downward via the Santiago truck Trail to the Luge (a popular SoCal ride).

BTW: I've always prided myself on my rack ... whatch it dude, this is SoCal!!!! :confused:
 

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Santiago and Majeska Peaks

mtber3737 said:
The highest mountain is Saddleback an is approx 5600 ft. From the saddle between the two peaks, you take a rugged single track down to Old Camp then continue on downward via the Santiago truck Trail to the Luge (a popular SoCal ride).

BTW: I've always prided myself on my rack ... whatch it dude, this is SoCal!!!! :confused:
http://www.canyonlife.com/docent1.htm

http://angeles.sierraclub.org/hps/signatures/18a.htm

Been riding these mountains for 17 years and absolutely love them!

ps. The 5.5 rocks!
 
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