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Dmitry Pruss

Dmitry Pruss - Apr 2, 2008 12:44 pm - Voted 10/10

In my book it's a nice summer destination too

for a loop from White Pine Lake to Red. The narrow passageway in the cliffs on the East side of the ridge connecting it to White Baldy is a pretty neat route.
As to the name ... I thought PPP was the standart version ... and of course USGS map calls it Thunder.

Dmitry Pruss

Dmitry Pruss - Apr 2, 2008 10:09 pm - Voted 10/10

Re: how many Red Pines

... but only one Pink Pine Peak ! :)


seanpeckham - Apr 9, 2008 7:52 pm - Voted 10/10

Re: In my book it's a nice summer destination too

If I recall, Pink Pine Point is how Tyson Bradley (in his guidebook) refers to a 9000er point farther north on the ridge. I'll have to double check that. [Edited to add: Oh, I see you already have a page for that one, Point 9947, and never mind anyway, I checked and he doesn't even use the PPP name after all]


seanpeckham - Apr 9, 2008 7:01 pm - Voted 10/10

good contribution

And I like your style of presentation. I attached some photos, it's nice to have a home for those ones now. They're still labeled "No Name Peak" but I suppose I'll keep it that way out of spite for the Powderbirds ;) There could be a zillion No Name Peaks out there, but there are also a zillion things named Thunder or Lightning in that area, so I'll stick with what's familiar.


byates - Feb 28, 2009 9:19 pm - Voted 10/10

Skied it today

Climbed up North ridge via White Pine dropped west face to upper Red Pine Lake, snow was mediocre but views and weather were great. Second winter accent, probably have done a
half a dozen or so summer climbs also.

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