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WallylongridgeRoute Climbed: South side(trail) Date Climbed: Oct.11, 2004  Sucess!

Wallylongridge

Did Freel, Job's Sister and Job's peak. That was a fun day of peakbagging
Posted Oct 18, 2004 4:49 pm

DaveWillmottRoute Climbed: Trout Creek Date Climbed: August 21, 2004  Sucess!

DaveWillmott

Took the Oneidas road to Fountain Place and climbed up the steep trail to the east and the saddle with the TRT. Followed a blue ribbon route to the peak. Then we took the use trail to Job's Sister and then descended the ridge line to Star Lake where we swam. From there we took the TRT back to the saddle and back to the cars. On the way back out the gate was locked and we had to wait to have it opened. The owner of the private land was unhappy with us for tresspassing. See my addition on getting there.
Posted Aug 22, 2004 1:19 pm

hyperbolictansRoute Climbed: Trout Creek Date Climbed: 18th july 2004  Sucess!

hyperbolictans

Climbed with some friends. Memorable.
Posted Jul 18, 2004 1:58 pm

SamanthaRoute Climbed: Armstrong Pass, South Slope Date Climbed: 7/10/04  Sucess!

Samantha

Hiked from 89, hooked up w/ Tahoe Rim trail (hairpin left just after the second bridge, trail turns to single track, then another right at a triple juncture), over Armstrong Pass to the saddle, then right up sand to the summit. Decended the south side to Horse Meadow and out on the road. Have a feeling I should not have been walking down the south slope because of an endangered flower. It was a lot quicker though. Ooops....
Posted Jul 12, 2004 12:14 pm

derbillyRoute Climbed: South side Date Climbed: June 30, 2004  Sucess!

derbilly

Did a triple peak bag with Jobs Sister and Jobs Peak amidst darkening clouds, rain, snow and lightning nearby.
Posted Jul 6, 2004 7:34 pm

DeanRoute Climbed: So. Side route from FS 051 Date Climbed: June 5,2004  Sucess!

Dean

I drove over to the south side and approached it from

the barely passable (for my Honda Accord) road that had me carefully taking my time. At about the 5 mile mark (??) I parked it and headed directly up the south side. I was parked at 8400 feet so it was 2400+ to the summit and less than two miles. I was up in less than two hours and had the summit to myself on this absolutely gorgeous day.



The trip back to the car took less than 40 minutes. If anyone is interested, I took GPS bearings on where I parked and a waypoint or two. I've listed this route as the South Side one in the route section. I did hook in with a use trail about half way up. I had to get back to Washington state so I passed up the opportunity to get both Job's Peak and Job's Sister, maybe another time.
Posted Jun 6, 2004 2:30 pm

balajisvRoute Climbed: Trout Creek Date Climbed: May 23 2004  Sucess!

balajisv

Second time on Freel. Took the longer (Tahoe Rim trail) the last time and didn't reach the true summit. Great views from the top.
Posted May 27, 2004 1:42 am

Bob BurdRoute Climbed: from SR89 via Horse Meadow Date Climbed: April 3, 2004  Sucess!

Bob Burd

What Matthew said below. Trip Report
Posted May 11, 2004 3:08 pm

Matthew HollimanRoute Climbed: from SR 89 via Horse Meadow Date Climbed: Apr 3, 2004  Sucess!

Matthew Holliman

Freel-Jobs Sister-Jobs dayhike with Bob. Another SPS peak and county highpoint ticked off the list--a productive day...
Posted Apr 29, 2004 9:18 pm

blmcclainRoute Climbed: Trout Creek Date Climbed: April 11th, 2004  Sucess!

blmcclain

Great hike with excellent views of Tahoe and the high Sierras to the south. Summited with rgreen and tsteine. The hike was extended from five to 14 miles with the gate being closed - it made for a long day. The head of the gulley steepens quite a bit and although an ice axe and crampons weren't absolutely necessary, I did use mine and it made for a quicker approach. We saved some pride by summiting a bit before Grettel the summit dog. Enjoyed some nice glissades down. Great peak, can't wait to do it again.
Posted Apr 13, 2004 1:07 pm

rgreeneRoute Climbed: Trout Creek Date Climbed: 11 April 2004  Sucess!

rgreene

Climbed with blmcclain and tsteine for a nice spring Easter trip. It's been warm so snow levels were way up; I had snowshoes and ice axe and didn't use either - the snow we ran into (and there was a bunch) wasn't so deep or icy to need them. The gate was still closed (rumor has it that it's usually closed until May 1), so that added another 4.5 miles of slogging up to the road before the trailhead. Nice views, clear day, and warm (but a bit windy) at the top. CA COHP #18.
Posted Apr 12, 2004 1:24 pm

LippoDate Climbed: October 30 2002  Sucess!

Lippo

My first 10. Did Freel, Job's and Job's Sister day hike. Excellent hike, terrible headache.
Posted Nov 22, 2003 7:27 am

TDRobertsRoute Climbed: Armstrong Pass - TRT Date Climbed: Sep 02  Sucess!

TDRoberts

Took Forest Service road off Hyw 89 up Willow Creek. Several miles in a turn to the left took me to the Armstrong Pass trail. From there it was a simple hike - up over Armstrong Pass to a junction with the Tahoe Rim Trail. Once at the top of the pass on the TRT, I found a use trail heading up and right of steep drop offs. Soon the summit was visable and it was just a scree walk at that point. A quick traverse E / NE from the summit took me over to Jobs Sister. For the fastest decent I just headed S / SW down steep scree from the W saddle between Freel and Jobs Sister until back at Willow Creek road.
Posted Oct 20, 2003 9:01 am

jstrolinRoute Climbed: From the South - off Highway 89 Date Climbed: July 30, 2003  Sucess!
Did both Freel Peak and Job's Sister on the same day (planned to do Job's Peak as well, but the chance of thunderstorms later in the afternoon scarred me off). Had intended to go up via the old trailhead off of Pioneer Trail (in the Tahoe Basin). However, the Forest Service Road that begin at the end of Oneidas Street was closed from 7/30 through 9/15/03. Instead, I drove south on US 50 to CA 89 (heading east) and onto a Forest Service road .8 on a mile from the intersection on highway 89 and highway 88. The book I had said the trail started at the end of the road, but I never found a trailhead. However, the road ends right at the base of the Job's Peak/Job's Sister/Freel Peak formation, so it's relatively easy to make your way to the saddle between peaks. A relatively short but strenous scramble up the loose scree to the saddle, and from there to Job's Sister. A well defined trail descends from Job's Sister to another saddle and up to Freel Peak. Beautiful views of Lake Tahoe and the western Sierra.
Posted Aug 18, 2003 7:04 pm

trekrbearRoute Climbed: Trout Creek Date Climbed: July 28, 2003  Sucess!
After a short distance past the gate from Fountain Place a couple driving out informed me I was trespassing and should have taken the Armstrong Pass TH near the gate. They kindly let me continue. Climbed up the steep, sandy slope to the TRT to the saddle then headed SE to Freel. Took the longer route back to stay legal and it was lovely.
Posted Aug 7, 2003 5:14 pm

winzelerRoute Climbed: Trout Creek Date Climbed: July 26, 2003  Sucess!

winzeler

Late afternoon hike at 4:30... reaching the top at 7:45 and descending in the dark. See my report for the full story on why I left so late.

Posted Jul 28, 2003 3:03 pm

keemaRoute Climbed: Via the shoulder of Jobs Peak and Jobs Sister Date Climbed: July 25, 2003  Sucess!

keema

Drove to the end of a FS off State Route 89. Followed the trail at the end of the road until it disappeared. Continued angling up and north and finally reached the shoulder of Jobs Peak. Hiked down to the saddle between Jobs Sisters and Jobs and then on up to the summit. After a snack, hiked over to Freel where I met two women having a martini who had come up the regular route. Headed back toward Jobs Sister and went down the gully at the saddle between the two peaks. There are bits of not heavily used trail at the bottom of the canyon that appear and disappear. Left the trail for good when I came upon a rather large bear ripping up a log and eating the stuff inside. Luckily he never noticed me. Just under 6 hours round trip, including about 45 minutes on Freel chatting.
Posted Jul 26, 2003 12:03 am

thenunzRoute Climbed: From Hope Valley Date Climbed: 11/10/2000  Sucess!

thenunz

Nice hike. All three peaks in the area make for a long day.
Posted Nov 12, 2002 3:20 pm

Bob BurdRoute Climbed: Trout Creek Date Climbed: Jun 20, 1998  Sucess!

Bob Burd

A fine half day hike with great views. Surprising amount of snow still left at the upper elevations. Trip Report
Posted Nov 12, 2002 11:53 am

Dave KRoute Climbed: Trout Creek Date Climbed: November, 2002  Sucess!

Dave K

I summited Freel on a clear, crisp fall day with my friends Mark and Neva. We had a wonderful time and enjoyed the great views.
Posted Nov 11, 2002 11:35 pm

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