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Grays Peak
A seldom seen view (because Mt Edwards is seldomly climbed...sigh) of Grays Peak...

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Bob SihlerWhen did you go?

Bob Sihler

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I was up there a week ago, but it was cloudier, so I doubt we were there the same day, but I'm just curious.
Posted Sep 10, 2007 1:36 pm

rpaceRe: When did you go?

rpace

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I was up there Sunday of Labor Day weekend. I'll be posting a trip report (hopefully) soon. It turned out to be a great route!
Posted Sep 10, 2007 2:31 pm

Bob SihlerRe: When did you go?

Bob Sihler

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I was doing Ruby early on Sunday. I wonder if yours was one of four cars up near the end of the road. There was a group with some dogs, but they were heading up Grays, I think.

Anyway, I'll look out for the TR. I usually don't read TRs anymore, but I'll be interested to read about the summer conditions in the Edwardian since it's usually mentioned as a spring snow climb.

I did Edwards on Monday from Argentine Pass. I loved sitting alone (well, with my wife) on Edwards and counting all the people on Grays and Torreys. Glad when I did them I started before them and saw no one else until I was near the TH again.
Posted Sep 10, 2007 7:27 pm

rpaceRe: When did you go?

rpace

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Bob! I finally posted this TR. By the way, I didn't do the Edwardian, but I did come across another group that either did it, or another nearby gully. Regardless, they viewed it as a mistake, and I suspect the conditions on all routes on that side of mountain are similar in summer. I'd wait for spring. :)
Posted Sep 14, 2007 7:29 pm

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rpaceSubmitted by rpace
on Sep 10, 2007 12:32 pm

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Lat/Lon: 39.63390°N / 105.8169°W
Object Title: Grays Peak