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ColoradoScottRoute Climbed: Southeast Slopes to South Ridge Date Climbed: September 27, 1992  Sucess!

ColoradoScott

From the TH in Iowa Gulch I followed the road into the Iowa Amphitheater before angling up the mountain's slopes. I intersected the south ridge atabout 13,600', but almost any route will go on this side, as the rock is not very loose and is mixed w/ tundra. Although Dyer was my primary objective this day, this was one of the easier climbs I had done, and not being tired at all, my dog Logan and I continued over Gemini and Sherman, and down to iowa Gulch and our car from the Sherman/Sheridan saddle.
Posted Feb 7, 2005 2:25 pm

Brad SniderRoute Climbed: Via Sherman and Gemini Date Climbed: June 22, 2004  Sucess!

Brad Snider

I saw this mountain after I had climbed Sherman and Gemini, and made an enjoyable trip across the long narrow Gemini-Dyer saddle (yes, under the powerlines) and up to the summit. Great view of Elbert and Massive to the west. Also, good look at Sherman's west side.
Posted Oct 1, 2004 12:53 am

KaneRoute Climbed: outh Ridge from Gemini Date Climbed: Aug 17, 2002  Sucess!

Kane

Dyer makes for a nice side trip if your hiking Gemini or Sherman. I enjoyed the Little Sacramento Gulch approach up to Gemini. Although I have heard that there might be some private property issues with the appraoch.



Dyer is the proud owner of some ugly power lines that actually ascend over the Gemini/Dyer saddle. Those suckers buzzzz as well. What solitude I had on Gemini i lost quickly on Dyer.



Combine Gemini with Dyer Mountain and you can easily bust out two of Colorado's highest 100 with minimal effort.



I think Dyer's east face gets skied often as well.

Posted Jun 18, 2004 7:20 pm

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