"West Sievers Mountain" from one of the many tarns in Willow Basin. "West Sievers" is a worthy side trip, the views of the Bells from up there are rediculous.



Colorado's Maroon Bells Snowmass Wilderness.

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RyanS

RyanS - Oct 4, 2005 8:44 am - Voted 10/10

this view

is ridiculous as well! West Sievers looks like a mini-Bells from here.

Kane

Kane - Oct 4, 2005 10:36 am - Hasn't voted

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Hi Ryan, you knew I wanted to climb UN13,336 a long time ago. Well, I fianlly got some route beta from Dan Bereck and last July went and climbed it. West Sievers is just a name that I gave to the point shown here in the photo, it made sense. I finally climbed Sievers Mountain last week. Geting on the true summit proved to be a nice airy experience. The summit register was left behind by Gerry and Jennifer Roach in 2003.. Those two sigs and that's it.

RyanS

RyanS - Oct 4, 2005 6:40 pm - Voted 10/10

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Very cool... Congrats on Sievers. That mountain just can't help but attract you from Maroon Lake! Looking forward to the page. One thing I regret is that I didn't climb in the Elks this year.



When did you climb 336? Just wondering, given the snow still highlighting the peaks in your photos.

Kane

Kane - Oct 4, 2005 7:33 pm - Hasn't voted

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First week of July on the same trip as Thunder Pyramid and Hayden Peak.

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