Mt. Peale Climber's Log

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Bob Bolton

Bob Bolton - Sep 30, 2005 10:01 pm

Route Climbed: La Sal Pass Date Climbed: September 17, 2005  Sucess!

Climbed with Duane Gilliland during our Ultra-prominence swing through Utah and Colorado. Nice day, but cold and windy on the summit. Beautiful area!

Andinistaloco

Andinistaloco - Aug 24, 2005 7:29 pm

Route Climbed: razor fang from tuk Date Climbed: summer 2002  Sucess!

Fun little ridge-run from tukhunikivatz... had the mountains to myself this day!

Dennis Poulin

Dennis Poulin - Jul 24, 2005 10:16 pm

Route Climbed: La Sal Pass Date Climbed: 5 July 2005  Sucess!

Great climb and there was still enough snow to glissade.

Dean

Dean - Jul 9, 2005 9:11 pm

Route Climbed: La Sal Pass Date Climbed: July 4th, 2005  Sucess!

Parked at LaSal Pass and spent the night. Climbed this one in the a.m. with Dennis Poulin and son in law, Andrew Davis from Sherwood Oregon. Had a great glissade down the snowy couloir. Mosquitoes were rather abundant and moving fast was the only way to avoid them.

Felsberg

Felsberg - Jun 15, 2005 5:43 pm

Route Climbed: traverse from tuk Date Climbed: June 11, 2005

traversed over from Tuk in fine spring conditions, mostly hard snow. descended back into gold basin. snowing lightly on top, no views to speak of. PICS

nebben

nebben - Apr 9, 2005 5:19 pm

Route Climbed: La Sal Pass Date Climbed: October 22, 2003  Sucess!

I had originally attempted Peale in early June of 2003. I chickened out at the stream crossing with my VW and hiked up the road instead. Because of time commitments, I only made it up to the base of the mountain before turning around.



In October, I went back and drove through the creek in a rally car style. I ended up ripping off my engine cover...oops. Most of UT had been abnormally warm since early September, so I lucked out in the end of October. It was 55 degrees at the top, near sunset. Whoa buddy. The hike up and down was pretty easy with nary a soul in sight. I saw a coyote that had been killed recently (previous 30 minutes maybe). Perhaps it was a bad omen for someone?

MrWasatch

MrWasatch - Sep 26, 2003 12:42 pm

Route Climbed: La Sal Pass Date Climbed: July 6, 2002  Sucess!

Good hike. Got a little lost on the approach thru the trees, but once in the gully, steep but generally easy climb up talus. Very interesting, small, compact mountain range, outstanding scenery.

grandwazoo

grandwazoo - Sep 13, 2003 11:51 pm

Route Climbed: La sSal Pass - via a direct shot to the peak Date Climbed: Sept. 14 2003  Sucess!

Stayed the night at the pass and started out for the couloir as mentioned in the route info on main page. Decided to hit the peak up the throat, should have taken the routes advice, oh well. Made the peak and took Razor's over to Tuk.

rmjwinters

rmjwinters - May 29, 2003 11:35 am

Route Climbed: La Sal Pass Date Climbed: 05/27/2003  Sucess!

The road had just opened to La Sal Pass this past Memorial Day weekend. Drove to just short of La Sal Pass. I ascended the main west couloir. Snow conditions early in the day were ideal. Used crampons on the ascent up the couloir. (see trip report) It was such a nice day, I made the traverse over The Razor Fang to Mt. Tuk. Beautiful summits with outstanding views, although a little hazy.

Matt Mahoney

Matt Mahoney - May 19, 2002 3:58 pm

Route Climbed: South ridge from Gold Pass Date Climbed: June 20 1998  Sucess!

Wish I had a map! On the climb I was postholing in 2 ft. of snow, then along a long, slow talus ridge. At the summit storms came up and I made a quick decision to head down the other side instead of across the ridge and then try to go around the mountain. I descended talus to treeline, then bushwacked until I found a trail, then a jeep road with no idea where it went. 14 hours later I was in the desert after dark with no water and 20 miles from my car when a camper took pity on me and drove me back.

Randy232

Randy232 - Aug 23, 2001 7:38 pm

Date Climbed: 7/5/01  Sucess!

We started from Medicine Lake, and followed a drainage path.

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