Aubineau Peak and Rees Peak Climber's Log

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surgent - Oct 8, 2017 1:09 am Date Climbed: Sep 30, 2017

Lovely Fall Conditions  Sucess!

With mstender and azpeavy. Cool and windy at first, but then things settled down. Beautiful blue skies, fall colors everywhere.


mstender - Oct 1, 2017 4:12 pm Date Climbed: Sep 30, 2017

Great fall colors  Sucess!

We hiked up Abineau Canyon trail and then up the slopes to the saddle between Abineau and Peak 11783. We went across the ridge to Rees and then down the slopes to take Bear Jaw Canyon trail back to the trailhead. The fall colors were awesome everywhere and the views outstanding. Great hike!

Alex Wood

Alex Wood - Sep 28, 2012 1:40 pm Date Climbed: Sep 27, 2012

Awesome Fall Outing  Sucess!

Did Rees, Abineau, Bearjaw, and Humphreys from Lockette Meadow. Started at 8:15am. I got to the top of Rees 1.3hrs later, I summitted Humphreys at 11:25am. I got back down to Lockette meadow via the Weatherford Trail-Inner Basin Trail in less then 2hrs. Total round trip time was 5:03. Awesome fall colors! The bristlecone pines in Abineau are awesome!! and the views of the Inner Basin are drop dead!


Bombchaser - May 31, 2009 6:29 pm Date Climbed: May 31, 2009

Route: My own  Sucess!

Climbed both peak as part of a three peaks climb. I started from Lockett Meadow and climbed striaght up the south slope of Rees Peak. Very steep, bouldery, forested, and snow covered above 10,000 feet. I then headed to Aubineau Peak via the ridge between the two. I climbed the east facing slope of Aubineau which is steep, very bouldery and covered in a few inches of snow. After this I summitted Humphreys Peak.

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