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ericwillhiteNot as impressed  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Apr 7, 2011

ericwillhite

Of all the peaks in the region that I've done so far, this I enjoyed the least. Did Indian Peak that morning. Was stopped on the road by snow, started up the hill there, turns out I did the route Dean shows on his route map. http://www.willhiteweb.com/utah/wah_wah_mountains/highpoint_062.htm
Posted Apr 7, 2011 10:11 pm

SageHawkBushwhacker Special  Sucess!

SageHawk

Climbed this peak back in '99 on one of my Great Basin peakbagging trips. All of the peaks above 10,000ft were snowed in that year, even in June, so I was climbing some of the lower peaks. As I recall, I climbed to the summit from near the high point of the road that approaches from the west. There was a rough road that followed a fence line to the north and took me up to the first hill on the route where the rough road petered out. From there I basically followed the ridgeline, to the northwest, skirting smaller peaks along the way. A lot of bushwhacking through mountain mahogany and sagebrush. At the top there are a few bristlecones, but you'd barely recognize them as such. They are small and don't appear to be very old. There was a summit register that hadn't been signed for over 3 years.
Posted Jun 15, 2009 6:56 am

DeanCross country route  Sucess!
Date Climbed: Sep 21, 2008

Dean

What a way to start autumn. The route I chose ended up being a zig zag affair as I dodged scrubby trees and was very glad to have GPS'd the summit so I knew where I was heading. It was a hot day, in the 80's which made me glad I took extra water. The summit was nothing special but there was a register and comments that others had experienced similar conditions. Maybe ten or twelve signatures in 18 years in the register. I was the first in well over two years to sign in.
Posted Sep 28, 2008 10:46 pm

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