Cool mountain! Lots of info and the pics from contributors are firs rate. The page is spiffed up to typically great Alan Ellis style. Thanks and well done.
Dynamite page. Love that state.
Thanks for your vote.
Excellent page, Alan!
Sharon, Thanks for your vote.
Great page, Alan....and Great work !!!! I am anxious to try this peak, because I've heard sooo much about it. Some of my friends have gotten their "butts-kicked" on it. There is really not much, here on the east coast, that I can practice on. Yes,I've been up Mt Washington, and a couple others in that range, but the altitude is just NOT the same. Guess that Granite Peak is just one that I've got to go and do!!!
You have done a great job, getting all of this information together and so organized and understandable !!! You surely must be a Special Person to help sooo many folks in this way !!! thank you sooo much. MG.
Thanks for the vote and the comments. Granite is tough, but with a little planning and good weather, it's very possible. My recommendation is FTD plateau and to get as close to Tempest Mountain as possible on the approach. This will increase your chances of summiting. Good luck in your Granite climb.
Now that's a mountain!!! Excellent work Alan, on the page and on your ascent via the South Face.
Thanks for the vote and the comments.
Nice Page. Good accurate info. Thanks.
This is a 5 star page, excellent info and the maps and photos add to the written information you've provided. This is one of the best I've seen.
Thank you! Alan
Nice page... a 'must climb' for me as I love the wilderness of Montana and Wyoming.
Thanks for the vote!
Thank you for the vote and the comments!
Are you planning a Granite Peak climb? Or have you already climbed it?
Take notes when you go back. I would be interested in including a detailed approach description from Avalanche Lake on the main page of Granite Peak. Thanks.
A comprehensive peak page for a formidable mountain... nice job!
Larry, thanks for the vote and the comments. I will make a note on the main page about the "Southern Route" option.
Looks like a pretty frightening peak.
Good job! Lots of info. May try it sometime although not sure when.