The Puma group and Burntop. With the pup.
Fun little snowshoe to the summit. Planned on going on to Little Puma, but my cold toes forced us to head down. Still a nice trip.
Gate was open, so I utilized it for a loop from the upper saddle. Didn't get Burntop yet, but I did get 10300 (to the WSW).
A nice loop hike combined with the other 3 Puma peaks in the area. I only used the road for a few brief stretchs to the saddle as it's more efficient to cut the long switchbacks by bushwacking.
Very nice day for a snowshoe, although a lot of snow-covered fallen timber to contend with just below the summit
I did this along with Little Puma and Farnum Peaks. I know they are called the Puma Hills but it seems they are more a part of the Tarryall Mountain Range. For all their prominence they don't stand out like many of the other peaks in the area.
Great Hike. Included Lil Puma, Farnum and Burntop.
Lovely forest of Bristle Cones at the summit.