3rd peak of the loop, no summit register up top...just a barren round top. Oh, so that's how it got its name!
Did Rabbit, Granite and Round Top on a very hot day. Very nice loop but with direct sun on the entire route I ran low on water and decided to leave Iron # 3 for another day.
Monte Cristo Peak, Iron #3, Round Top, Granite, Rabbit. The loop is probably easier this way than the opposite direction.
rabbit, granite, round top, iron
Bagged Round Top, Granite, Gleason and Pacifico today. Nice day!
extremely windy day
Part of a 7 peak HPS day.
Part of a Little 4 loop with Bill Simpson's HPS group.
I did the Monte Cristo loop with an HPS group.
The third of 4 peaks. Rabbit, Granite, Round Top and Iron #3. Windy day, but beautiful.
Nice day with a crisp breeze -- solo with Coco, my dog. Hardest part of the hike was actually Rabbit as I waited to find a place to climb off the road that Coco could do. Picked the west slope with the thickest brush I've ever been through (including George Creek) -- cost us about 25 minutes of bushwacking time. The rest of the hike was reasonable.
Little hard to find sign-in can, but its there, under a tree.
What Bob said. This was actually pretty enjoyable in the dark, even with the inadvertent bushwhacking en route to the last peak.
Did the 4-peak loop after doing 9 other peaks in the area earlier that day with Matthew. City lights from the ridgeline at night were kinda nice. Trip Report
Did the loop including Rabbit Peak, Granite and Iron #3. About 11 miles with 4,000 feet of gain so a good workout if you go at a brisk pace.
Great views of the front range. Especially liked the view of Strawberry Peak.