Looks great Samantha !
Thanks Rob! Did you get any pictures on the way up?
No, just a couple from the top - I posted some pics on my site here.
Hmm, some good ones of the views from up top. Not sure what we're looking at on #3 but that's a pretty cool shot. Feel free to post any of those! Thanks for the route pic. It really shows the colors.
Just uploaded #3 with a caption here !
Rob, any idea why I can't seem to add your photo to the route page? When I click on "attach photo" only 2 photos show up.
I don't know, but I started this thread in the Site Feedback forum to see if anyone can help.
This is a pretty cool mountain even if it is considered a "warm up".
Thanks for the vote mg! Yeah it's either a "warm up" or "consolation prize" in my case.
Nice short intro section, well written. I'm hoping more shots are to come - it must have been a cool day when you took them. As for the route you could and should be more specific. Some statistics like elevation gain, times it takes to get to the top help. But also a description of the actual route you took should be included. Like wher to start, are there landmarks at the trailhead, etc...
I always think the SP routes should be like the routes in a guidebook. People read your page - decide that the mountain is worth a try , print out your getting there and route info and start scrambling. With the current route they probably would get lost.
Samantha - be sure to add a link to the Eastern Sierra - Logistical Center page - it has all the gory details for eastern Sierra peaks that are a pain to repeat on each peak.
Done. Thanks Bob, that's a very useful page!
Thanks for the vote!
Thanks for the vote Tom. I was just admiring some of your submittals the other day. Pretty obscure which makes it fun!
I haven't climbed this one yet, but I hope to try the Temple Crag-Gayley traverse next week.
That should be a sweet climb Matthew. Stop back by the summit log and let me know how you liked it!
It looks great Sam!
Thanks for the help Dave!
Thanks for the addition, Samantha! Nice job!