Corkscrew Peak Climber's Log
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|Bob Burd||From Daylight Pass Rd |
Date Climbed: Dec 7, 2007
|Easy morning hike from the pavement. Some fun scrambling, too. Continued on the ridge north several miles to the area highpoint. Trip Report|
|Posted Feb 29, 2008 11:43 pm|
|jimegan||CORKSCREW PK |
Date Climbed: Jan 17, 2002
|CLIMBED WITH ED|
|Posted Feb 8, 2008 8:19 am|
|alpspitze||Ridge up and wash down |
Date Climbed: Apr 19, 2004
|Very windy but still had good views.|
|Posted Sep 25, 2007 11:20 am|
|Vagabond Manifesto||Death Valley days |
Date Climbed: Feb 8, 2007
|I climbed this on the second day of a monthlong solo trip to Death Valley. I thoroughly enjoyed the hike--ridge-top traverses most of the way. Saw a group of chukars in the wash just before the route climbs out up onto the low ridges.|
|Posted Mar 13, 2007 3:26 am|
|MoapaPk||ridge from Daylight |
Date Climbed: Jan 27, 2007
I took the ridge route up (close to eastern trace on Wingding's map, will post exact trace later), and the wash down. I much preferred the ridge route.
1h45m up, 1h15m down, but I jogged part of the way back.
Passed some mystery hikers, apparently going to the peak; never saw them again, even after 40 min on top and lots of scanning the lower slopes. Their car was still at the "trailhead" when I came back
This is a fairly fast drive from Vegas via us95; on a good day, takes just a bit over 2 hrs, and is about 140 miles.
Thimble looks much nicer.
|Posted Jan 28, 2007 12:26 am|
|slogger||From Daylight Pass Rd |
Date Climbed: Dec 31, 2005
|I solo scrambled up this one on New Year's Eve, 2005. Lots of fun trying to find my way up. There were less than a dozen names in the summit log for 2005. Snow/Rain in the Panamints, but just wind and brooding clouds overhead for me. Took me a few hours round trip. Good fun!|
|Posted Dec 19, 2006 11:56 am|
|Dayhiked up with some folks while enjoying another Death Valley trip.|
|Posted Sep 18, 2006 2:31 pm|
|Grand Canyon Dan||Route Climbed: From Mud Canyon/Daylight Pass Date Climbed: November 11th, 2005|
|Made the summit in one hour and thirty-four minutes. I was the second person to summit of the winter season. Judging from the log at the summit, I would say less than 50 people a year climb this one. It's fun, especially if you are looking for solitude.|
|Posted Nov 11, 2005 8:09 pm|
|Matthew Holliman||Route Climbed: From Daylight Pass Road Date Climbed: Mar 19, 2005|
|Drove a looong way from the Bay Area down to DV for a couple of days to check out the wildflowers. Corkscrew was buried amongst the clouds on Sat morning, so no views on this one. I enjoyed the hike up the wash, though, especially the scrambling past the two dry falls--fun!|
Later that day, I drove down to the south end of the park and tagged Sheephead Mountain--not on any list, but it was close to the road, looked cool, and had a name. It was also a pleasant stroll. The clouds had lifted by that point, so I was treated to nice views.
|Posted Mar 21, 2005 4:53 pm|
|cp0915||Route Climbed: from Daylight Pass Road Date Climbed: Dec 31, 2004|
|Entered the clouds at about 5000 feet. From there, the snow and rain started and the views ended. 20 feet visibility on the summit. Windy and cold.|
The roundtrip was only 3 hours, so I was still anxious when I got back to the car - headed to Jubilee Mountain in southern DVNP. A short hike but very pleasant. The register hadn't seen an entry in like two years, if I remember correctly.
|Posted Feb 28, 2005 12:04 pm|
|pilz8||Date Climbed: february 2002|
|It was very windy near the top with light snow, you could see the sunny sandy landscape through the clouds. I enjoyed this wild desert peak.|
|Posted Feb 26, 2005 3:39 pm|