Unnamed 13336  
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Route: From East Snowmass Trail
Posted On: 2022-07-06, By: SionaRW35
Info: Whole route was kind of wet after recent rains. We did a loop up East Snowmass Creek Trail which was pretty muddy in spots. From saddle a short scramble up UN 13336 on loose & very slick rock to a summit with beautiful views of the Bells, Pyramid, Snowmass, and Capitol. Descended down towards Willow Lake which was damp and muddy then eventually up and over Buckskin Pass where the trail is in good shape and the cornice is avoidable. Stopped briefly to admire Snowmass Lake where there were plenty of open tent sites and down the Snowmass Trail to complete a long 11+ hour loop. 
Route: Southwest Ridge from 13,020 B
Posted On: 2021-09-27, By: supranihilest
Info: From 13,020 B's summit I scrambled back along the broken north ridge and down the northwest ridge to the saddle. This was Class 2+. 13,336's southwest ridge right up from the saddle looks like it might be hard but it's not, and it's surprisingly fun. Begin up the red mudstone at Class 2+, weaving through short little cliff bands. Wrap around the large cliff to the left and make your way up to the white Capitol/Snowmass rock. The rock becomes generally more solid here, but it's still easy to dislodge large blocks. Scramble along the ridge crest or just below at Class 2+ to Class 3. The summit is probably the loosest part and consists of precariously stacked boulders that are easy to send careening down the peak. Be extra careful at the top. Descend the way you came. I took the East Snowmass trail all the way back, and what a nice and beautiful trail it is! It's something like 6 miles to the trailhead but the trail is exceptionally well traveled and easy to follow. The trees are popping with color right now. 
Route: with 13,020B
Posted On: 2021-09-25, By: SnowAlien
Info: Approached via Willow lake basin. Was a bit surprised by the amount of scrambling on UN 13,336, thought it was a walk-up. It's class 3-4 if you stay near the ridge. Part just below the summit felt steep on loose talus. UN 13,020B is straightforward and short. Descended via East Snowmass drainage. Neither of the peaks had a register. 

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