Middle Fork Little Timber Creek Trail Date Climbed: Oct 2, 2010
Though barely seen from Hwy 28, this is a beauty of a peak to view and to climb. This one rates right up there on my recommendation list. Combine it with Slate Roof Peak (10507') for an excellent double.
The weather can only be described as the best you can possibly experience.
I was on a backpacking trip and had hoped to fit in a climb of Yellow Peak while in the area. We’d gotten to our planned campsite at Park Fork Lake and it began to rain. All of us were tired from a couple long days on the trail, but I knew that I’d regret it later if I didn’t go for this peak. Finally the rain let up enough that I decided to go for it. Bushwacked back to the trail, then traversed around to the base of the peak, and then up the north ridge. The clouds were looking pretty ominous so I didn’t stay on the summit long before dropping down the west ridge and then back to camp. It took me around four hours for the five mile round trip hike, and my hiking partners had been asleep in their tents the entire time I was gone. To each their own I guess, but there was no way I could sleep with such a cool peak nearby. Trip Report
"Got tight last night on absinthe and did knife tricks. Great success shooting the knife into the piano. The woodworms are so bad and eat hell out of all furniture that you can always claim the woodworms did it."