Gemini is of course the nicer summit, as there are no obnoxious 14er climbers.
and before Dyer, followed by the T-storm
Hiked Gemini from Sherman. Visited both summits. Nice hike, beautiful views.
Nice day. Gorgeous!
Sherman ridge was blasted with wind, once we strat hiking below ridge wind wasn't factor.
Did this circuit with Sherman and Dyer as well. Was a decent day in September. Coming from Dyer doing the class 3 W Ridge made this enjoyable, and I definitely recommend going that way if you want to do these peaks.
We took the upper Iowa gulch route on the descent to make it a somewhat of a loop.
From Iowa Gulch. Alot of loose scree up the short, steep slope to the summit.
Did both bumps along with Dyer and Sherman. Before getting to Sherman, saw only one person (who was coming from Sherman).
hiked over from Sherman
Fresh snow made this more of a chore than it needed to be, but it was worth the extra effort.
Didn't even stop on top of Sherman, just kept cruising.
All alone for both mtns today.
A nice quick day for Dyer & Gemini. Scratched plans for Sherman & Sheridon due to the wind....imagine that, windy on Sherman.
Wife, dog and I. Looped from Dyer-Gemini-Sherman-Sheridan.
Did along with Sherman and "White Ridge"
10/2/05 - From Iowa Gulch. Very windy day. Climbed Sherman kind of by mistake! "Why are all of those people standing up there on that ridge bump... oh, I think we must be climbing Sherman!"
1/29/17 - Winter ascent from Iowa Gulch.
Nice addition to Sherman. Nice Mining ruins on slopes. Do this one early in the season. It get crowded fast...
We started at Lower Iowa Gulch trailhead, went up Dyer Amphitheatre to the saddle, then up Dyer's west ridge to summit Dyer. We then went down the east ridge, climbed the twin summits of Gemini and then Sherman. We descended to the Sherman - Sheridan saddle and then dropped back down to our start point.
Late afternoon i walked with some friends, nice sunset and views.
Climbed via Sherman- pretty windy at times, but otherwise great weather. No one else around. Climbed both peaks.