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NatashaRoute Climbed: Loveland Pass Date Climbed: January 29, 2005  Sucess!

Natasha

Awesome day! Hit Grizzly on the way to Torreys. Weather was near perfect, very little wind. Ice axe and crampons were needed.
Posted Feb 1, 2005 2:50 pm

miztflipRoute Climbed: Loveland Pass Date Climbed: December 13, 2004  Sucess!

miztflip

The day started with no visibility, light snow and some wind. The further I went the better it got. I summited with no wind, no snow and only a few very high clouds. The views were great.
Posted Dec 13, 2004 2:33 pm

DylanWannRoute Climbed: Loveland Pass Date Climbed: December 12, 2004  Sucess!

DylanWann

A great winter hike. Very windy, though, but it was good. Hmm. . . crappy view from the summit, (psyche!!).
Posted Dec 12, 2004 4:54 pm

Trevor SimmonsRoute Climbed: Loveland Pass Date Climbed: December 12, 2004  Sucess!

Trevor Simmons

Four of us climbed the 4 hour round trip to the summit of Grizzly Peak. It was a windy day up on the ridge.
Posted Dec 12, 2004 4:42 pm

ZekeRoute Climbed: Ridge from Loveland Pass Date Climbed: December 2000  Sucess!

Zeke

Great little peak and a great training climb. Instant elevation and can have conditions training, esp if training for a bigger peak, much ups and down along the ridge.
Posted Nov 21, 2004 11:18 pm

thebeave7Route Climbed: Lovelan Pass Traverse Date Climbed: August 2nd, 2004  Sucess!

thebeave7

Summited twice on my way to and from Grays and Torreys as part of my Loveland Pass Traverse. Cool little peak, complete solituded.

Eric J Lee
Posted Sep 10, 2004 3:25 am

Aaron ReidRoute Climbed: Standard route from Loveland Pass Date Climbed: May 2004  Sucess!
Good 1/2 day outing to get my strength up for the spring season, not that much snow on the ridge, windy as always.



Posted May 27, 2004 12:28 am

KaneRoute Climbed: Loveland Pass Date Climbed: May of 2002  Sucess!

Kane

This is a nice hike for early season acclimatizing. The route keeps you above treeeline for 4 or 5 hours. I had to take two trips to get this summit for the first time I forgot my boots. If you ever hike with me, please remind me to bring some boots for the day.
Posted May 21, 2004 10:44 pm

mr_gRoute Climbed: Continental Divide from Loveland Pass Date Climbed: May 20th, 2004  Sucess!

mr_g

Very windy as expected, and a lot of up/down along the Divide. Made the summit in two hours, and contemplated side trip to Torreys, but my legs got rubbery, so I turned around 1/4 way up from the Grizzly/Torrey saddle. Very nice views from this peak - especially Tenmile Range and Holy Cross in the distance.
Posted May 20, 2004 6:43 pm

RyanSRoute Climbed: Continental Divide from Loveland Pass Date Climbed: April 27, 2003  Sucess!

RyanS

Got to meet the esteemable Ken Nolan during this hike, which was a treat. An otherwise uneventful but fun day. Don't forget to summit UN 13,117 on the way there or on the way back! It's a ranked 13er. A trip report is available here.
Posted Apr 9, 2004 5:23 pm

mtnhiker13Route Climbed: Loveland Pass Date Climbed: 5/18/2002  Sucess!

mtnhiker13

We originally started out to hike Sniktau and Grizzly and luckily someone had the idea to skip Sniktau otherwise it would have taken a lot longer. We had a large and sometimes slow moving group with us. It was probably too early in the hiking season to be up so high given our level of fitness at the time. Enjoyable hike despite the wind to deal with. Of course I think every hike is enjoyable so what do I know?
Posted Mar 1, 2004 10:50 am

belexesRoute Climbed: Loveland Pass Date Climbed: September 19,2003  Sucess!

belexes

It was a beautiful day, with clear skies, but it was very windy and cold at the summit. There was a mountain goat wandering around near the top. I was a little worried that he might try to defend his territory, but he didn't. I didn't see any other hikers headed for Grizzly, which was a pleasant surprise.
Posted Feb 16, 2004 10:24 pm

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