What kinds of winds do we see in different parts of the earth, Here are names for these Winds.
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A friend sent me this list of different wind names when I couldn't remember the name of the wind in the Sierra Nevada Mountain range. It was a Chinook that was that wind that, because of it's speed, would actually raise the temperature of the snow and create huge avalanches. I've hiked in the Sierras for about eighteen years and climbed many mountains also. Most mountains that I've climbed, I climbed several times, but one little one, which is great for taking beginners for a breath taking view and a real good break in workout was Little Baldy in Sequoia National Park. We would climb this mountain with the beginners and when we had our running group, unofficially called the Wolfpack, we would use Little Baldy as good mountain run. The total distance up the steep side and down the trail was about seven miles and a fantastic workout.
This is a southern view of Sequoia National Park from the peak of Mt. Little Baldy. Little Baldy was a fantastic mountain to climb for beginners or even experienced climbers who just want to see a fantastic view. Little Baldy is 8044 feet and the trail is about 2.3 miles to the peak. It's just absolutely beautiful. In the background, toward the left side, you can see a little sawtooth type of mountain, that is Sawtooth Peak at 12,343 ft. which I have climbed four times. The mountains are beautiful there, and in the 1970, the ice at 12,000 was totally gone in late summer. I am wondering how it was fifty years before that and how it is now?
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