This ones on my list for next year. Nice job!
Thanks, and thanks for adding the photos. It's a nice peak, but perhaps not quite as fun as some of the others because of the scree on the ridge. If you go pre-August, it appears there may be some interesting snow routes up some shallow couloirs on the NE side.
Hmm, the name reads like a porno title. :- )
Great pics and page.
Good page Scott on a beautiful mountain!
Poor photos? I wish all of mine were that poor.
Thanks for the vote.
My photos aren't up yet. I'm holding out to see how many good ones are added.
Anyway, during the same time I took my photos of this one, I took the ones of nearby mountains in the links below:
If you look at the photos in those two links that I added, the photos are indeed poor.
Fortunately, there are Sp members that have some really good pictures of this peak!
Great addition! I think this may have been the most "needed" peak in Utah on summitpost until it's addition now.
Really a nice job. You made good use of granwazoo's picture (not to speak of your own :-))
to lists and routes are hanging in v2. I guess they were supposed to be translated quite seamlessly after the v2 transition, but something is lost. Gotta re-check my own v1-style links!
Mockba's new page for East L. caught my attention and then I checked out this one. A great resource. I haven't had a lot of interest in the Uinta range other than the usual (Kings & Gilbert) but this page along with Mockba's have made me realize that this is a rich area and I've been missing the boat. Of course, Utah is filled with amazing and wonderful areas but you already know that. Thanks Scott and let me wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving