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Ryan Kowalski

Ryan Kowalski - Jul 13, 2006 2:32 pm Date Climbed: Jul 3, 2006

Route Climbed: Cataract Gulch via a South Ridge variation  Sucess!

A long and wet hike in after early morning showers. I then managed to really screw-up route finding and taking a seriously loose variation to gain the south ridge. Stunningly gorgeous area, although the highlight for me was the small PT 13,164 to the west, where I got a real feeling of solitude. I'll be back to this area!

Asphazell

Asphazell - Sep 27, 2005 2:49 pm

Route Climbed: Cuba Gulch/Southwest Slopes Date Climbed: September 2, 2005  Sucess!

My first solo climb since I was about 18. Very sketchy weather, waited out a rainshower at about 11,900ft. Made it to the ridge at roughly 12,700 where it started snowing quite heavily. Layered up and took the ridge to the last section of the climb, about 150ft of class III with some class IV moves to make the summit block. Waited for the snow to stop and then went for it. Extremely rewarding summit, fantastic views of the San Juans. Only one on the mountain that day (that I saw!).

JonBradford

JonBradford - Oct 24, 2003 9:52 pm

Route Climbed: South Ridge Via Cataract Gulch Date Climbed: August 19, 2001  Sucess!

This is one of my favorite summits of all time. The final summit ride is an incandescent ridgewalk across a floating skyway. Highly recomended. Climbed with Raymond dog at the end of a four mountains in three days type weekend.

Jon Bradford

Steven Cross

Steven Cross - Oct 18, 2001 3:15 pm

Route Climbed: Date Climbed: 1992 i think

I attempted this mountain when i was about 15. I did not make it to the peak. The climb got a little scary looking so I did not want to continue. This was the first mountain in colorado i attempted. We made it a 3 day backpacking trip. The first day up Cuba gulch, camped at 12,000 feet. The next day hiked half peak, then camped in Cataract Gulch. The last day down Cateract Gulch back to the vehicle.

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