Sugarloaf Mountain Climber's Log

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Bill Reed

Bill Reed - Mar 30, 2019 2:44 pm Date Climbed: Mar 21, 2019

Sweet little summit  Sucess!

Nice climb, great views. CCC did some amazing work in this monument!! Beautiful day with a stiff wind.


technicolorNH - Sep 11, 2018 4:22 pm Date Climbed: Sep 11, 2018

Quick jaunt  Sucess!

The trail had a gopher snake and numerous lizards basking on it.


mountaingazelle - Feb 11, 2016 2:54 pm Date Climbed: Dec 3, 2015

Sugarloaf  Sucess!

Went up to the lookout early in the morning. Did the Big Loop the day before and other hikes in the area. Cold weather made Chiricahua practically empty in December.

catfish1972 - Dec 19, 2015 9:16 pm Date Climbed: Oct 11, 2015

Sugarloaf   Sucess!

Climbed Sugarloaf with my kids while we were camping at Bonita Campground.

Vagabond Manifesto

Vagabond Manifesto - Feb 15, 2010 12:55 am Date Climbed: Jul 17, 2005

Sugarloaf  Sucess!

Good views out to Dos Cabezas. Some enormous wasps floating around.


Cedar - Dec 31, 2009 1:02 pm Date Climbed: Dec 29, 2009

Easy Hike  Sucess!

With all the people at the overlook, I expected more to come up to the summit considering how easy the trail was. Apparently, not many decided to take the 0.9 mile walk to the top. There was a bit of snow (up to 1' in places) which wasn't a problem on the trail. Weather was relatively warm and there was little to no snow on the sun-facing side. The view, however, wasn't too impressive considering that it was surrounded on many sides by higher mountains.


oldadit - Jan 13, 2009 10:24 pm Date Climbed: Apr 15, 2006

Double Trouble  Sucess!

Hiked with John Mitchler after earlier hike up
the monument high point, which is spot 7825, about
a mile NE of Whitetail pass.

Sarah Simon

Sarah Simon - Feb 22, 2008 11:16 pm Date Climbed: Feb 18, 2008

Sugarloaf Mountain Trail  Sucess!

I summited this mountain on a brilliant, sunny day while visiting Chiricahua National Monument. I especially enjoyed the combination of several inches of snow on the north side of the mountain and desert plants flourishing on the south side of the mountain. A quick, pleasant climb yielding knock-out views. Climbing partner: Husband.

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