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Winter Ascent of Thunderbolt Ridge


Posted by PellucidWombat on Oct 5, 2006
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Activity Details

Date: Anytime
Location: Utah, United States
City or Place: Salt Lake City
Skill Level: Advanced
Categories: Mountaineering, Rock Climbing
Partner Status: Need Partners


Thunderbolt Ridge is a remote ridgeline in Hogum Fork that is rated 5.4. Based on some pictures I have seen of it in winter, it looks to be a fun mixed winter climb. I would expect to either do it in one very long day with a very early start, or approach the day prior, and then climb the ridge and hike out the second day.

I am hoping to do this route while I am in the area in the beginning of January, depending on conditions and partner availability.

Is anyone interested?

Here are some photos:

October 2006


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maraudersThunderbolt pic


I got a descent pic of Thunderbolt today. I posted it on the Southwest Forum under Utah Mountaineering thread. Unfortunately I won't be in town when you're in Utah, but I look forward to seeing what you discover on this route!
Posted Oct 12, 2006 11:03 pm

PellucidWombatRe: Thunderbolt pic


thanks! It looks like a fun ridge :-)
Posted Oct 14, 2006 7:59 pm

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