This is a really fun mountain. I normally seek out technical, steep, and challenging climbs (read: 4th and 5th class). However, I was out for the last few weeks with a bad illness and took my ladyfriend up to just bushwhack our way to the summit. It was a blast. Bring a map and compass, but from the parking pull out at the base of Tremont, it's pretty much a straight shot north.
The summit views are incredibly rewarding. It was primarily just a majestic and sweeping view of the Continental Divide from Long's down to Gray's.
I am definitely going to be coming back to climb some of the west -facing buttresses too.
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