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Clinging to the Bullion Divide

Page Type: Trip Report

Location: Utah, United States, North America

Object Title: Clinging to the Bullion Divide

Date Climbed/Hiked: Oct 9, 2008

Activities: Hiking, Mountaineering


Page By: Brad Snider

Created/Edited: Oct 13, 2008 / Oct 14, 2008

Object ID: 452968

Hits: 3587 

Page Score: 83.69%  - 17 Votes 

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Clinging to the Bullion Divide


Ridge leading to American Twin Fork PeaksRed Baldy


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Matthew Van HornRed Baldy

Matthew Van Horn

Voted 10/10

I find it best to stay directly on the ridge top all the way up the east side of Red Baldy. Sounds like you researched and planned well for this ridge hike, nice job. You'll have to come back and finish White Baldy!
Posted Oct 14, 2008 12:30 pm

Brad SniderRe: Red Baldy

Brad Snider

Hasn't voted

Thanks Matthew. I hope to return to White Baldy some day...
Posted Oct 21, 2008 12:55 pm



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Full props for bagging six peaks in a day. It sounds like an awesome hike/scramble. I'm not sure I'd go for a 12 hour solo hike in and unfamiliar range, but you seem to have made out just fine.
Posted Oct 22, 2008 2:20 pm



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we attempted the same route this summer; on red baldy we ended up in that same couloir - i imagine it was even nastier with ice/snow(we descended off from red baldy...) great pics, great trip report, thanks!
Posted Oct 25, 2008 6:13 pm



Voted 10/10

thanks for your trip report, you helped me plan for the same trip which I did last weekend. Quick question, (I am new to this) How do you add a primary image? and How do you add the parents links on the left hand side of your report?
Posted Aug 2, 2011 8:29 pm

Brad SniderRe: niice

Brad Snider

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Kirk, thanks for the comment. To add a primary image, just click on "Edit Page", scroll down to "Primary Image ID" and enter just the number of your image, such as the one you have attached to your report: 734614.

To add parent links, go to the top of your edit page and click "Attach/Detach", which will allow you to search for and attach other parent items to your report (such as Wasatch Range).

Hope this helps.
Posted Aug 2, 2011 8:46 pm



Voted 10/10

Thanks Brad!
Posted Aug 7, 2011 5:11 pm

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