Dr. John Roper at the summit of Trappers Peak 2.5 miles southeast of Mt. Triumph on December 23, 2004. I think he said this was his 3rd winter ascent of the peak and 20th overall, but first time up in 20 years (or maybe first winter ascent in 20 years). John grew up in nearby Newhalem so this peak was in his backyard. In fact, from the summit, you can see the town to the ESE over a mile below. Behind him are the Southern Pickets. He has climbed every single one of those picket points.
Directly over his head is the highest point of the Southern Pickets: Mt. Terror (8,151 ft).
Click here to find out what all those points are called. Click here for a zoomed out version.
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