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AltitudeSicknessMemories  Sucess!


Awesome rock, crazy run outs for those with loose screws in their head.

Bad memories from a bad accident here.
Posted Aug 1, 2014 11:56 am

rockrat2very good granite  Sucess!


Nice rock climbing to summit. Good quality granite.
Posted Jun 22, 2006 2:45 pm

cruzitRoute Climbed: Snake's Head Date Climbed: October 2, 2005  Sucess!


Woo Hoo!!! 5.5 RX solo. The jump from the snakes head is awesome and exposed. Not for the hesitant. Great climbing.
Posted Oct 2, 2005 10:04 pm

Aaron DyerRoute Climbed: multiple routes Date Climbed: multiple times  Sucess!

Aaron Dyer

This place is awesome
Posted Mar 23, 2005 11:17 pm

HendereRoute Climbed: many routes Date Climbed: many times  Sucess!


Quartz Mtn never ceases to scare me. If you are comfortable 20' above your last piece on smooth granite, this is the place for you!
Posted Aug 8, 2004 11:12 am

rmuirRoute Climbed: Several Date Climbed: Many Times  Sucess!


I love the remoteness of this small mountain. I've done it in all time of the year. It has some wonderful multi-pitch rock climbs and the back is a cool scramble with good views.
Posted Apr 13, 2004 1:30 pm

Alan EllisRoute Climbed: Many Date Climbed: Many times  Sucess!

Alan Ellis

Quartz is definitely not for the faint of heart. But the more I climb there, the more I like it. This is a classic area put up by some great climbers. Outstanding granite face and slab climbing.
Posted Dec 21, 2003 6:56 am

The Lower MarmotRoute Climbed: Mother Wouldn't Approve Date Climbed: 11/28/03, 12/27/03, 2/20/04  Sucess!

The Lower Marmot

My father and I drove down for a quick jaunt, hoping to find a third class scramble when we stumbled upon a gully shooting up at a diagonal between technical routes. We took it and offshoots to the top of a subpeak slightly to the north before we realized that we had strayed from the main mountain. An easy traverse accross a saddle and some more light scrambling brought us to the main summit. We returned to the subpeak and took an easy class 3 gully back to the bottom. The climbing on the original gully was sustained class 3 with some class 4 moves. It was a great climb at a great peak.
Posted Nov 28, 2003 11:03 pm

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