|shanahan96||Route Climbed: Southeast Slopes Date Climbed: February 10, 2005|
|1st winter centennial! easy hike up the iowa gulch road and a pretty, winter hike up the slopes to the snow covered south ridge.|
|Posted Aug 14, 2005 4:38 pm|
|miztflip||Route Climbed: Upper Iowa Gulch Date Climbed: June 11, 2005|
|Climbed Dyer along with Gemini at night under clear skies. Seemed the most asthetic way to climb them with all the power lines up there.|
|Posted Jun 11, 2005 11:21 am|
|IdahoSummits||Route Climbed: South Ridge Date Climbed: 3/20/2005|
|Hiked to the head of the Iowa Ampitheater, then headed up to the south ridge. The south ridge was interesting (drifted and rocky) for the final 300 or 400 feet.|
|Posted Apr 7, 2005 10:49 pm|
|Brad Snider||Route Climbed: Via Sherman and Gemini Date Climbed: June 22, 2004|
|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|
|Kane||Route Climbed: outh Ridge from Gemini Date Climbed: Aug 17, 2002|
|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|