Gimpilator and I summited North Gardner Mountain, and then Gardner Mountain during the same outing. We briefly attempted the semi-popular "Gardner Traverse" connecting the two peaks, but the mixture of bad snow conditions and loose scree caused some concern. Instead, we descended from the saddle to ~7400' elevation, side-traversed east along Gardner Mountain's south slopes, and ascended via a central gully. It was a great weekend, with great views and a great mountaineering partner. With extra hiking included, we did nearly 30 miles of hiking with over 9000' of vertical gain in less than two days. For me, it was Washington County Highpoint #21 (out of 39).