Glorious! Great summit, great weather, great everything!
January 2008 - A fun snowy bump along the ridge.
Very enjoyable breaking point on Gothics loop!
From the Rooster Comb parking area to Basin and down to Slant Rock along the Gothic Ridge.
Just beefing up my power level with old summits ....
This was the second stop on a long day hike, followed by Gothics, Saddleback, Basin, and Haystack.
I was joined on this adventure by Mr. Steve and Mr. Baio.
Hit this on my way from Gothics to LWJ.. long day
Spent a couple of days at Peggy O' in January and one day did the Gothics, Armstrong, UWJ loop. Also did Armstrong in August of 1995 as part of a Great Range Traverse.
I did this back in July too,but it was raining terribly that day.Along with Sawteeth,Gothics and both Wolfjaws there were no veiws of anykind.I'm glad that the winter trip was much more successful!!
This was a wonderful day full of excitement.Very nice summit with a few tough spots on the ascent.There was a ladder with some ice that was alittle difficult,otherwise a fairly easy trek
foggy morning but it cleared up for some great views, had some nice obstacles on the way up.great view of gothics!
I guess I wasn't successful, as I must've wizzed right by the peak. Had a thunderstorm brewing up to the South. Right after Gothics I heard some thunder and *BAM* I was outta there!
Always on the a longer trip. Backpacked over the top a few times.
Hiked this with Gothics. Rained all day
Did with Gothics. The weather was pretty crappy, but still a fun hike. I did Lower and Upper Wolf Jaw Mountains the exact same day but the year before.
Part of a three day camping trip. Left my full pack at the lean-to and day hiked these three. Lots of people on top of all three since it was Columbus Day weekend. Beautiful day and great views though. High Peak #11.
Climbed with Gothics via Range Trail from the Ausable Club. Great views all around. Although I'm convinced the hike back to the Ausable Club along the access road is at least five miles longer than any guidebook will tell you (or at least it feels that way).
This was part of an 18+ mile loop that included Upper Wolf Jaw, Armstrong, Gothics, Saddleback, and Basin. There were a dozen giggling girls on the summit.
Came from Sawteeth & Gothics with Paul. A little rainy, but not too bad. Some wind, but decent views from the top. Took some photos and split for the Wolfjaws. 9/46
After gothics, nice views. They put a ladder in one section that used to just have a cable that was a little tricky.