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RichratRoute Climbed: Fourmile Creek Trail Date Climbed: May 2003  Sucess!


The snow made it possible to slide down from the saddle.
Posted Jan 30, 2005 9:00 pm

DylanWannRoute Climbed: Iowa Gulch Date Climbed: December 29, 2004  Sucess!


What an awesome climb! Mt. Sherman is definitely a good beginning fourteener for novice climbers, especially in winter. I climbed Sherman with Wildman21, Alex Wann, and Trevor Simmons, and it was my first winter summit of a fourteener. We climbed it under a full moon and had a blast--not to mention the south ridge before the summit was wild to cross in the wind and driving snow. It was great.
Posted Dec 30, 2004 5:56 pm

WildMan21Route Climbed: Iowa Gulch Date Climbed: December 29, 2004  Sucess!


I climbed with Trevor Simmons, Alex Wann, and Dylan Wann. The climb was wonderful. The moonlit night climb was spectacular, and the final push to the summit was in near zero visibility in the driving snow. After leaving our camp at 1:00am, we finally reached the summit a couple hours before sunrise at 5:00am. Mount Sherman was a most rewarding climb.
Posted Dec 30, 2004 12:58 pm

Trevor SimmonsRoute Climbed: Iowa Gulch Date Climbed: December 29, 2004  Sucess!

Trevor Simmons

I climbed with Wildman21, Alex Wann, and Dylan Wann. We started climbing at 1:00 AM and summitted at 5:00 AM. Shortly after we reached the summit, extremely strong winds and snow made the moonlight trek down miserable. The climb was good, save post-holing and painful scree slogging. The summit ridge was very fun and rewarding, though!
Posted Dec 29, 2004 10:52 pm

NatashaRoute Climbed: Fourmile Creek Date Climbed: December 19, 2004  Sucess!


Yet another awesome day! Parked a mile shy of Leavick due to 8" of snow on the road and bad tires. Snowshoes and crampons weren't necessary, but were a plus in spots. Standard ascent up the ridge had significant, avalanche-looking-potential kinda snow on it so, we ascended closer to the summit where there was very little snow and much talus protruding through. Endured a headwind for most of the ascent, but nothing compared to the ridge. The ridge was unfairly windy and a few gusts had me fearing I might literally get blown off. Even with the wind, the day was perfect, cobalt blue skies and beautiful views as always! Oh yeah, and don't forget your gaitors...I did.... :(
Posted Dec 20, 2004 2:10 pm

csmcgranahanRoute Climbed: Fourmile Creek 4WD Trailhead Date Climbed: August 28, 2002  Sucess!


From the four wheel drive trailhead this is a relatively easy fourteener with only one short narrow section that was a little sketchy due to high winds. Great views of Elbert and Massive to the west.
Posted Oct 31, 2004 9:49 pm

Ed FRoute Climbed: Fourmile Creek Trailhead Date Climbed: October 23, 2004  Sucess!

Ed F

An exceedinly windy and cold day. It was very clear, however. The summit ridge was a little icy in parts, but nothing major.
Posted Oct 24, 2004 12:28 pm

mr_gRoute Climbed: Four Mile Date Climbed: June 26, 1999  Sucess!


Started from the Fourmile Creek 4WD and ascended the road past the mining ruins. Climbed up to the ridge and then to the large summit. A nice 4.5 hours day.

Posted Oct 12, 2004 10:54 am

mr_gRoute Climbed: Four Mile Date Climbed: August 15, 2003  Sucess!


My second time climbing this one from Four Mile was very quick - three hours. We were going to also climb Gemini Peak, but clouds moved in, although the weather started out very nice. Most of the folks on the summit were from out of state.

Posted Oct 12, 2004 8:39 am

bc44caesarRoute Climbed: Four Mile Date Climbed: 11 Oct 2004  Sucess!


Started from the gate - reached the summit after about 1hr 20min. Traversed over to Gemini then back down. The weather was pretty rough - extremely windy and cold with about 100 yard visibility, but by around 11:00 on my way down the clouds suddenly cleared and there was blue sky everywhere!
Posted Oct 11, 2004 8:42 pm

Brad SniderRoute Climbed: Fourmile Creek Date Climbed: June 22, 2004  Sucess!

Brad Snider

My 5th fourteener; awesome day! Got kind of mixed up with the fresh snow on the ground and all the intertwining dirt roads, but made it to the ridgeline and summit without problem. A calm day with fog hanging in the distant valleys. Beautiful!
Posted Sep 21, 2004 9:29 pm

scvanmRoute Climbed: Four Mile Creek Date Climbed: July 24th 2004  Sucess!


Great hike with my 9 year old son.
Posted Sep 13, 2004 11:26 pm

F BombRoute Climbed: Four Mile Creek Date Climbed: July 26, 2003  Sucess!

F Bomb

My second fourteener and my first in 2 years. Nice easy hike had a lot of energy when we got to the top so we went and did a couple of the nearby 13ers. (White Ridge maybe?)
Posted Aug 26, 2004 2:16 pm

SaintgrizzlyRoute Climbed: From the west. Date Climbed: Late '70's  Sucess!


One of Aaron's and I first 14-ers, so at the time it was nice. It's overshadowed, now, by others. I agree with Aaron--west route is better.
Posted Aug 10, 2004 8:28 pm

wayneaflickRoute Climbed: Four Mile Creek Date Climbed: July 24,2004  Sucess!


My son Troy, his wife Heather, Kolton & Kassidy, my grandkids, myself, Troy's friend Tom and his son Duston climbed today. It was first 14er for everyone but Tom, Troy & me. The day was cloudy and Sherman had a dusting of snow but the weather held pretty well. When we came down the ridge it got pretty cold with the wind and snow. The snow & cold only lasted about 10 minutes though. All in all, it was a good climb.
Posted Jul 26, 2004 11:28 pm

DukeJHRoute Climbed: Fairplay Side Date Climbed: July 11, 2004  Sucess!


A fairly easy hike with the exception of the numerous roads and trails around the mines in the basin. This one was my first solo although there were quite a few people on the mountain.
Posted Jul 20, 2004 1:38 pm

belexesRoute Climbed: Fourmile Creek Date Climbed: July 16, 2004  Sucess!


The hike started out fine, until I reached the Sherman-Sheridan saddle, where it became cloudy and very windy. The wind seemed to die down at the summit, where the views are very nice. Pretty easy despite the wind. Then from there, I hiked on over to the Gemini peaks.
Posted Jul 17, 2004 7:42 am

SpeedyRoute Climbed: Sacramento Gulch Date Climbed: 07/11/04  Sucess!


Neat route. I'm getting more comfortable with the more obscure routes now that I know the mountains and understand topos better. Saw a lot of neat flora and fauna and no people til the summit. That was pretty neat. Bryan hit some quicksand like stuff on the way down that I thought was kind of funny...he didn't seem to share in the amusement!
Posted Jul 16, 2004 8:39 pm

Bryan WRoute Climbed: Sacremento Creek-3,000' Date Climbed: 7/11/04  Sucess!

Bryan W

This route is not traveled very often, but is a nice way up Sherman. Bush whacked for about .25 miles and then found the gulley to start heading up. Gained the ridge and could see Gemini and what we thought was Sherman. Headed towards Sherman and realized that we were headed towards a false summit. Traversed to the west and then headed to the summit. Nice day, lots of people on top, and then headed toward Gemini.
Posted Jul 13, 2004 12:33 pm

Larry VRoute Climbed: Fourmile Creek Date Climbed: July 1972  Sucess!

Larry V

Short climb to a flat summit. According to notes made by my father on that trip, one couple up there had a 6-week old baby with them! Not wise.
Posted Jul 13, 2004 12:00 am

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