Also climbed Mill B route on 5/26/02, 5/24/03 & 4,/1/04.
Beware of Diamondbacks!
I climbed this peak for the first time in '01from Butler Fork in BCC. Circle All Peak was skirted as I had been there before. The second time was from Mill B North Fork in BCC. After hiking 3.89 miles and attaining 9360' we bush whacked up a steep rocky slope and scrambled to the summit along the Southeast ridge. The third time was from Alexander Basin and Baker Pass after summiting Gobbler's Knob. Always an enjoyable hike any time of year. Awsome views of other surrounding peaks. Am I the only one that looks around and recalls when I stood on other surrounding summits?
The little scramble up the last 400' or so is pretty fun. On a clear day the view to SLC is pretty good. Go ahead and bag Gobbler's Knob while you're there.
Nice mountain with good trail to Baker Pass and then up the ridgeline. I like to hike it in combination with Gobblers Knob. The summit offers great views of the Wasatch mountains.
First time on this peak. What incredible views of the Cottonwood Ridge!
One of my favorite peaks in the Wasatch.
Climbed Mt Raymond after summiting Gobbler's Knob from Butler Fork. After making sure the snowpack was safe, Joe and I glissaded down the E face. Although it was raining in the valley, it was a nice day in the mountains!
Had knee deep snow near the saddle between Raymonds and Gobblers.
I have climbed every route to Raymond's summit in winter and summer. It is a great spring climb from the Hidden Falls approach once the snow has consolidated.
I climbed it many times.
Outstanding peak. Not near as difficult as the higher peaks to the south, yet still very interesting with a bit of scrambling at the end. I prefer the Butler Fork route which allows the option to bag Circle-All Peak as well.
Great climb any time of year. Did this peak in May with the Wasatch Mountain Club - it was a nice snow hike with a lot of glissading on the descent coming from Mill B.
Came back in the fall to bag Raymond and Gobblers Knob, ascending Bowmans Fork and descending Thayne Canyon