Pt. 10940 Climber's Log

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Sarah Simon

Sarah Simon - Oct 26, 2014 11:20 pm Date Climbed: Oct 10, 2014

East slopes from Crags Trail  Sucess!

We took the Crags Trail to the marshy turnoff a hit an excellent social trail north up the gully. We struck out due west up the slopes to the summit. Beautiful day - but windy as hell up in the summit! Dynamite views!!!


telemarkdude - Aug 4, 2013 8:52 pm Date Climbed: Jul 30, 2013

Nice After Work Hike  Sucess!

Very short and quick after work hike if you live in the Springs. Excellent views!

Brian Kalet

Brian Kalet - Nov 1, 2010 12:27 pm Date Climbed: Oct 30, 2010

10 Peaks  Sucess!

With Rhyolite Mountain, 10770, Raspberry Mountain, "Grouse Mountain", Red Mountain, 9595, 9550, 9060 & 8740.


cftbq - Jun 14, 2010 3:55 pm Date Climbed: Jun 14, 2010

east/north corkscrew routh  Sucess!

After following the Crags trail for a ways, there's a faint trail which goes off to the NW up a gully just north of the summit. I followed it up to the ridge crest (which connects the summit with a rocky high point farther north), then walked up the ridge south to the summit. From the Crags CG, 1 hr. up, 45 min. down. A neat, often overlooked, climb. Decent view of the Crags (5.8).


shknbke - Nov 13, 2007 12:10 pm Date Climbed: Nov 10, 2007

via south slopes from Crags trail  Sucess!

This is a straightforward bushwack from the Crags trail. I left the trail at an open area of aspens due south of the summit. It's pretty steep but short. The true summit is the furthest bump east. Great views of The Crags from here. Look for the Garratt register on top. The road to the Crags TH was closed at the turnoff to the campground added about 1/2 mile RT. This can be combined with ranked Pt 10770 south of the turnoff for the Crags campground.

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