I had climbed Fremont two days before and I had moved my camp up above Mistake Lake. I went up to the pass and went up to the summit of Dinwoody and was blown away by the view. That same day a woman had broken her leg on Fremont and the next day a helicopter rescue happened and my campsite was above the staging area and the chopper dropped of some rescuers straigh up above me. Cell phones were not the norm then, but someone had one and the Fremont S&R team had been called. It was a dramatic way to finish that years trip into the winds. I had looked over at Gannett from Dinwoody and wanted it bad, so I did return the next year to summit the Wyoming highpoint. Good times.
Weather was deteriorating on our way to Gannett from Titcomb, decided we had time to do Dinwoody. We then went to the other side of the pass and Climbed Miriam also, worth adding if your in the neighborhood.
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