Fun day in the Northern La Sal where Pilot was the last of 5 12,000 footers that I did. I started with Castle, then La Sal Peak, Mount Wass, Green, and then Pilot. From Miner's Basin.
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Hiked from Warner campground into Miners Basin and then up to Green Mountain and Mt Waas. On the way back, hiked over Pilot peak down to the Dry Fork Mill Creek trail.
Started at Burro Pass TH and climbed Manns, 11849, Pilot (12220), Green (12163), Mount Waas, Castle Peak (12044), and La Sal Peak (12001). Returned the same way except that I skirted the tops of the peaks whenever I could.
Climbed the ridge of 12ers heading north from Geyser Pass- Tomasaki over to La Sal Peak.
Started from Miners Basin and looped over Pilot, Waas, Castle, La Sal and Horse and back to the trailhead. Chilly with snow light snow in the morning, then it was 80 in Moab in the afternoon, gotta love the desert!
Climbed Tomasaki, Manns, Dry Peak, Pilot, and Green from Geyser Pass. Back to Burro Pass and to the car
Climbed as part of a traverse in which we climbed all La Sal 12,000 ft. peaks in two days! We did it as two loop hikes (one of the north peaks and one of the south) from a base camp at Geyser Pass.
windy- I want to ski traverse the Range. 1-2 days. awesome views.
I think this is also known as Mineral in which case we (SETH and Jack B) did it during our ski traverse from Geyser pass to Miners Basin. Climbed from Beaver Basin (having skied north face of Manns). Hellishly windy - 70mph(?)on ridge so we traversed south west face and finally made it to summit on north west aspect.
Climbed this peak on the way from Manns to Waas and back to our car.
Living in Moab, these are easily accessible mountains and a lot of fun! The hike up to Jackass Pass (between Pilot and Dry Peak) is very steep.
Camped at Beaver Basin and started the climb to Waas and then along the ridge hitting Green, Pilot than Manns. Completed the trek over to Tomasaki and back to Manns.
Nice sunny day. Hiked the Beaver Basin Road.
I climbed this in combination with Green mountain and Mt. Waas via Warner Lakes. The weather was iffy at best.