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HendereRoute Climbed: many ways Date Climbed: many times  Sucess!

Hendere

This little peak has a lot of treasures. Many popular rock climbing lines and lots of fun boulder hopping.
Posted Mar 2, 2005 10:29 pm

txmountaineerRoute Climbed: Auto Road Hike Date Climbed: 17 April 2004  Sucess!

txmountaineer

I parked in the Mt. Scott picnic area near the base of the road and hiked the easy ~2 miles up to the summit. My Golden Retriever, Denali, was in attendance as well, and was able to scramble up onto the summit boulder by himself. Its nice to know that there are decent uphill hikes within 3-hours of DFW!
Posted Aug 7, 2004 3:26 am

The Lower MarmotRoute Climbed: drove Date Climbed: October of 1996  Sucess!

The Lower Marmot

Drove to the top in the days before I truly appreciated a good mountain...
Posted Apr 18, 2004 1:59 pm

rmuirRoute Climbed: Date Climbed: Many Times  Sucess!

rmuir

This is a great little peak in Southern Oklahoma. I've used it many times for a quick conditioning climb. It is also a great winter climb. It has some nice bouldering areas. I suggest you visit Fort Sill, which is about a 20 minute drive from the mountain and get some of the history of this area before summitting. It will help you to enjoy some of the Indian History of this area as you view it from the summit.
Posted Apr 13, 2004 1:17 pm

Alan EllisDate Climbed: Many times.  Sucess!

Alan Ellis

One of my favorite areas of the Wichitas!
Posted Jan 27, 2003 5:21 am

cruzitDate Climbed: March 1988 (the first time)  Sucess!

cruzit

One of the nicest climbing areas in the Midwest. The view from the top is one of the nicest surprises (who would figure in Oklahoma).
Posted Dec 10, 2002 1:21 pm

climber21Route Climbed: drove up  Sucess!

climber21

I drove up with my family. I remember very beautiful scenery and almost a sense of looking around and seeing the past.
Posted Dec 8, 2002 10:44 am

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