Iowa Gulch, Dyer, Gemini, car, beer.
Visited Gemini after Sherman.
Took roughly forty minutes to get here from the top of Sherman. Good for solitude.
As long as I was in the neighborhood (Sherman) I decided to tag these two lonely 13ers since everyone else seemed to be ostracizing them. Very windy.
Bagged Sherman. Over to both North and South Gemini. Back over Sherman and across to Sheridan. Got to love being high in the Colorado Rockies.
From Iowa Gulch to Dyer, Evans B, Gemini, & Sherman on the return.
Climbed from Sherman.
Hiked over after hitting Sherman with LOTS of snow, wind and cold. Who say's spring is here??
With Dyer, Sherman and Sheridan, then descent due to weather.
Little loop including sherman... fun stuff
I made the easy ridge traverse from Dyer, but was amazed how different the conditions were on Gemini - I almost got blown off the friggin' summit cone by wind gusts! It was insane! I half-crawled to the summit to take a few photos and enjoy the views before making a hasty retreat.
I hiked 7 13ers and one fourteener. A great all day trip. Started at Leavick mining site. Hihed Horseshoe Mountain, Finnback Knob, Horseshoe Mountain again, Peerless Mountain, Mt. Sheridan, Mt. Sherman, Gemini Peak, Dyer Mountain and White Ridge. Great day.
Went up the east ridge from Sacramento Creek trailhead.
ended up hiking over this on the way from Dyer to Sherman. Not much to it
With Sherman and Sheridan. Nice summit.
in my Mosquito range traverse (Started at Horseshoe Peak via Leavick)
Via Iowa Gulch. Up to Dyer, over Gemini, over Sherman, back down to Iowa Gulch.
Did this in combination with Sherman and Sheridan. Hiking over to Gemini from Sherman is well worth the (very minor) effort, as you can have total solitude over on Gemini, whereas the Sherman summit was loaded with people.
Gemini is of course the nicer summit, as there are no obnoxious 14er climbers.