Great Basin National Park Warnings and Dangers

  • Tripping Hazard
    Tripping Hazard
    by Basaic
  • The higher you go, the colder it gets!
    The higher you go, the colder it gets!
    by mtncorg

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    Obey Warning Signs

    by Basaic Written Nov 2, 2011

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    This is a wild area, do not feed or approach the animals. The ecosystem here is fragile and easily damaged so please stay on the trails. The trails are very primitive and steep in spots and footing can be difficult. In addition, as with many steeper trails, there are these rocks placed across the trail to help channel rain runoff and decrease erosion.

    Tripping Hazard
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    CLOTHING FOR ANYTHING

    by mtncorg Written Nov 20, 2003

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    Going to the top of Wheeler Peak demands attention to the equipment you bring up. The day may start out hot below at the roadend, but up high, it will cool quickly, especially if there is any wind. Take plenty of water with you, as well, and try to remain hydrated. Sometimes, aspirin, taken prophylactically, will keep headaches from the altitude at bay.

    The higher you go, the colder it gets!
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    • Mountain Climbing
    • National/State Park
    • Hiking and Walking

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