Man, you really had work hard for this one. Great page. Were your feet cold?
Thanks for the vote. I tweaked the page a bit. No...my feet were so hot, I finished the climb barefooted (insert sarcasm). :-)
Thanks for your vote. Your photo made top billing on the page.
Nice job Alan! You've got a nice little monopoly going down there with the Sangres on SP! Congrats on the success of this outing, although I gotta wonder about you guys! Great photo selection from your trip as well from other contributors, and as usual, very well written!
Great pages and pictures. Very detailed and well written. Thanks for posting!
Thanks for the vote and the corrections. I think I got them all.
A very nice page. I like the pic from Broken Hand Peak. I can relate to that name after breaking mine on Mt. Whitney back in August.
Thanks for the vote and the nice comment.
Thanks for the vote!
Great info, as always!
Thanks for the vote and the nice comments.
Jim, thanks for the vote. See you this winter....
Great page Alan.
I am much appreciated of the information on the caves. Were you able to locate the entrances on your climb? The snow probably would have made this impossible though... I have seen a photo showing the two main entrances locations but they were accompanied by a disclaimer that they can be trick to find.
We approached from the south and gained the NE ridge before reaching the caves. From the south, you have to cross the ridge and down into the basin. The caves are on the eastern flanks of Marble and Point 12,739. The other way to get to them is via the Music Pass trail. However, that's as much as I know about how to get to the caves. The book listed under the Caves section of the main page is supposed to have detailed directions on how to find them.
Excellent, I like the section about the Marble Cave.
Grant, Thanks for the vote. See you in Feb at the Gathering?
Thanks for the vote. What do you expect in return for this good vote?
As I can see on all your pages you have done great pages! Very nice!
You wouldn't happen to have any info on the NNE ridge extending from the Marble/Milwaukee saddle, would you? Looks like it might make for a good ascent route from the S Colony road. Steep bushwack after the creek crossing, class 2 start, perhaps 4th class finish.