Nice little 2000 foot gainer in an awesome setting. Can pretty much take in most of the IPs from this easy summit.
Nice little summit, we hiked this peak after Satanta.
Climbed with Sarah on a cold, foggy and snowy morning. We went up the west ridge on Quarter to Five, finally started to open up on our descent. We decided we had time for "Old Baldy" and were glad we did it - the views of the Arapahoes from its summit are great!
We rang in the first day of June with wintry conditions! Cold, foggy, covered in rime. Luckily the skies cleared and the views opened up. Plenty of hard packed snow, Mike nearly kissed it on the summit ridge!
Nice half day hike on a cold fall day. Combined with Satanta. Only 1 more ranked IPW summit left for me :(
With Jasper, Neva, 12660 & "Skyscraper".
The pup and I. Headed up the south slopes and then over to Satanta. There was a bit more snow than I expected.
While everyone else seemed intent on Arapohoe Peaks and Lake Dorothy, I chose to climb from the Arapahoe pass trail steeply to the west ridge and then over the rougher ridge to the true summit. Hard to tell which is the true summit so climbed both. Lots of storm activity started to brew as I was hiking out. Sure enough Park County (in the mountains) had its first tornado ever recorded at the Eleven Mile Reservoir Campground.
The wife and I were headed to Skywalker but high winds and new snow at the trailhead led us to something easier. Cloudy, windy and cold.
My first time climbing Quarter to Five Peak was a beautiful day. Lots of people were in the area, but none were climbing the mountain that day. I hiked to the first summit, and looked at what was next. I hiked and boulder hopped to the second summit. I left my pack on the second summit, and headed towards the actual summit. I had to climb/boulder hop on the west side of the mountain because the boulders along the ridgeline were too large. It took 10 minutes or so, but I got up to the summit. It was really fun!