Route Climbed: Tenmile Traverse Date Climbed: July 3, 2001
The hike up to these peaks from Frisco was strenuous, but enjoyable. Highly recommended is the "Tenmile Traverse" or climbing Peaks 1-10. The most difficult portion of this is between Tenmile Peak (Peak 2) and Peak 3. Peak 3 to Peak 4 is a blast as well. A huge, long day but well worth it.
Due to time restrictionsI didnt make it to the summit of peak one but did summit Victoria Point. I started right behind the condo that I stayed at and went virtualy strait up from there. You can see in photo id_47954 the cragy east face route that I took. It started off easy consisting of bushwacking through the trees untill I reached the boulder field that was covered in snow (fun ;-( ). Afteward I followed this crack up the technical part of the climb (class 4?). from there It was a hop skip and a jump to Victoria Point.
Route Climbed: North Ridge Date Climbed: 6-17-2002
I always had my eye on this peak when driving I-70 through Dillon and Frisco, so I went and cllimbed it. The views are very good and the vertical gain might surprise you, I think it was 11 miles and 4,500-ft.
Route Climbed: North Ridge Date Climbed: Numerous Dates
I've done this route as training several times in the last few years as I use to live in Frisco. Very straight forward and tons of fun when you do the entire ridge from Peak 1 in Frisco to Peak 10 in Breckenridge.