Delano Peak (UT) Climber's Log

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renogurt

renogurt - Jun 30, 2007 4:49 am Date Climbed: Jul 26, 2007

I made it  Sucess!

Very majestic and neat.

weeds19

weeds19 - Feb 20, 2007 10:18 pm Date Climbed: Sep 21, 2002

Mounatin goats everywhere!  Sucess!

We hiked up from the nearby ski area and saw well over 50 mountain goats as we hiked across the treeless terrain towards the peak. The aspen were also in full color-changing mode which created a wonderful backdrop!

Anya Jingle

Anya Jingle - Jan 13, 2007 11:32 pm Date Climbed: Aug 3, 2005

From Griffith Creek  Sucess!

We camped below the mountain by Griffith Creek. The meadows were full of gorgeous wildflowers. The weather was stormy on the first day. On the second day, we had a nice encounter with White Mountain Goats and made the summit as well. Great trip!
The slideshow is here: Delano Peak hike

surgent

surgent - Sep 12, 2006 10:45 pm

Labor Day 2001  Sucess!

Nice enjoyable morning hike. Fun cross-country hiking.

Tracy

Tracy - Apr 21, 2006 6:50 am Date Climbed: Jul 9, 1997

route climbed: via trail from Puffer lake and the up south face (2 times)  Sucess!

I climbed this with Dave Frey and seven 14 to 15 year-old boy scouts including Derek Muaina, David Cowan, Nick Reed, Doug Bowman, Mike Workman, David Mounteer, and Joey Moore. We also climbed Mount Holly (11,999 feet) the same day and Dave Frey and I bagged Lake Peak the next morning. We were completing the 3 peaks hike as part of the Beaver High Adventure Base (BAHB). On July 17, 2001 I bagged the same three peaks again - same BHAB program, different hiking companions.

nebben

nebben - Sep 11, 2005 11:33 am

Route Climbed: Poison Creek Date Climbed: September 20, 2005  Sucess!

Very quick ascent, a little cool and windy at the top. SPanking new register in a fresh mailbox mounted on a new 4x4 post into the summit cairn. I hope it survives the winter! THe door to the mailbox at least may need some additional fixing to stay shut... Only a handful of goats visible, and I only really took in the views to the North/East/South. West was wiiinnndy and cold.

Dennis Poulin

Dennis Poulin - Aug 26, 2005 4:47 pm

Route Climbed: Griffith Creek Date Climbed: 22 August 2005  Sucess!

A beautiful morning for a hike.

Nate D

Nate D - Mar 1, 2005 1:12 pm

Route Climbed: from Big John Flat Date Climbed: 1985  Sucess!

I remember this as a big grassy hill.

smithdc27

smithdc27 - Oct 18, 2004 10:46 pm

Route Climbed: From Big John Flat (east) Date Climbed: Oct. 18, 2004  Sucess!

Pretty much white out conditions with a few inches of snow, I'll have to come back next summer.

grandwazoo

grandwazoo - Aug 18, 2004 5:56 pm

Route Climbed: Poison Creek Date Climbed: August 14 - 2004  Sucess!

Left at the bend in the road at 7:00 am, had great weather with a return time of about 9:30. A lot shorter than coming from Mt. Holly direction.

cp0915

cp0915 - Feb 18, 2004 2:51 pm

Route Climbed: via Poison Creek Date Climbed: sept 2003  Sucess!

A very short hike to a tremendous viewpoint. I'm looking forward to going back to hike the other 2 or 3 12'ers in the area.

Scott

Scott - Nov 19, 2003 3:51 pm

Route Climbed: Puffer Lake. Date Climbed: July 1985

First time was a trip from Puffer Lake at age 11.

grandwazoo

grandwazoo - Nov 16, 2003 7:53 pm

Route Climbed: Elk Meadows - Mt. Holly Date Climbed: May 2000  Sucess!

Left from the main road and followed an old trail through logging slash. Reached Mt. Holly from the south and followed the ridge over to Delano. Also hit Lake Peak the same trip (by accident)

Dean

Dean - Nov 14, 2003 11:46 am

Route Climbed: cross country from west Date Climbed: 10-26-03  Sucess!

After having climbed Wheeler and Charleston Peaks in Nevada in the past couple of days, this was another chance to get a 12000 foot peak that I knew very little about. I had studied the maps and the description in a book called "High in Utah" (refers to the mountains of course) and a few trip reports found at www.cohp.org



It was interesting to park the car at a spot on the side of a rough forest service road at 10400 foot elevation and using map, compass and GPS, head off towards what I thought would be the peak. I hit a false summit first but it was fun scrambling in a few places and then coming up close to a band of mountain goats.



The peak itself was a great viewpoint of the interesting topography that makes up the surrounding countryside. Amazing colors. A good chance to get some exercise and a 12000 peak in on the otherwise long drive from Las Vegas to Salt Lake City.

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