Another GREAT page Brian!!!!
Thanks again, Juan.
Nice, but see my correction.
Been thinking of doing this mountain most of this summer (it's in Backpacking Oregon book) kind of figuring that we'll do it in late fall.
You'll like it alot but I'd try to do it pretty soon before it gets too cold or too much snow falls (unless that is what you are looking for). It was about 20 degrees at night and the various streams and edges of Strawberry Lake are starting to ice up. It was really beautiful with the Fall colors though. I had a great time, one of the more scenic ones I've done.
Thanks for your vote.
just went back to main page of this mountain - very impressive. You really did a ton of research for this one! A great overview of the OR's mountain ranges.
...counting-down the days to summer!!
Thanks, Radek. Yeah, summer can't come soon enough but I'm glad we're getting some snow now so the water bills come August are not so high.
Hoping to do some more eastern peaks this summer like Strawberry. Want to try to hit Cannon Mtn at the other end of the Strawberry Range, Fields and McClellan Peaks a bit west of there and also Yamsay down south. Let me know if you are ever interested, these will be on weekends when I don't have anything else planned. Also want to do Pueblo in April or May.
Pueblo in April/May timeframe sounds good actually. The only catch is that we're taking this rock class on weekends so that most in April and some in May are taken up for us by field sessions. But I'm thinking that we could find a weekend that would work for all of us.....we could carpool it there (it's 400+miles each way if I remember right) so as to reduce the gas cost (which is pretty high right now!). Pueblo Peak's been on our list for a while and I think it makes for a nice early spring climb. We can talk about it again in early to mid April.
Thanks for your vote (on Christmas Day no less!).
Nicely done. Pretty area.
Excellent job Brian. I had the chance to summit this marvelous well kept secret on July 3rd. I approached from the south using the trail from Road's end. Your page is very well done and I wished I had seen prior to my visit to the area.
Thanks much! Glad you enjoyed this one. I love it out there. Thanks for the nice comments.
Great Page Brian, thanks for sharing. Cheers!
Thanks! Appreciate it.
A well documented page - as usual when Brian posts a mtn.
Hey, thanks, Cory! Appreciate the vote and nice words.