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Well, there it is; I had no idea that you could not read the Topo; guess I should have asked.Again, you might want to reconsider Juniper and instead go up from the Basin. The "signage" is much better; the trail well traveled.
Upper Juniper Spring is right on the trail and is really a pipe coming out of the rocks. If it is running you will not miss it because the ground will be wet. At least that is my rememberance. I have never really seen lower Juniper Spring.
Until you have reached the top it's just a goal.
I have done both Juniper and Blue Creek and have always found Juniper to be the more difficult of the two. At least it always seemed to be that way. I just know the last time I did Juniper I had to pull out a large hershey bar to get to the top.
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