Sullivan Mountain  
Condition Updates  
Route: From Montezuma
Posted On: 2022-08-01, By: kwhit24
Info: Parked at 10,400' right after the first turn on CR 264. There's room for about 3 maybe 4 cars there. Overall the hike is pretty straight forward making quick work up the road to below Santa Fe. Nice ridgeline walking all the way to Webster Pass since it is all CDT. I could've cut down right after Landslide but I had time, good weather, and wanted 13,205. Between Geneva and Landslide is less than 100' while there is about 200' between Landslide and 13,205' (almost the same height as Landslide) so it actually feels like another peak. After getting to Webster Pass it was 5.5 miles of road walking back to to the car. Got passed by probably 20-25 vehicles before I got back to the car. (14.65 mi; 4,012' gain; 6:00:14 total time) Start at TH 5:45am; Santa Fe Peak 7:45am; Sullivan Mountain 8:10am; Geneva Peak 8:45am; Landslide Peak 9:05am; 13,205 9:35am; Back to TH 11:45am 
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Route: From Santa Fe Peak
Posted On: 2021-06-13, By: CaptainSuburbia
Info: We parked just pass 11,000 feet on Santa Fe Peak road. The tree cougar mentioned in previous report at 11,100 was indeed removed. There are good pullouts at 11,250 and 11,500 for those wanting to drive higher than we did. Above that it gets much rougher and steeper, but you could continue with proper vehicle to 12,400 where a snowbank will stop you. We encountered very little snow on our way to Santa Fe Peak and all snow is avoidable to Sullivan. Cougar was nice enough to put registers at Sullivan and Morgan. 
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Route: From Santa Fe peak
Posted On: 2021-06-10, By: cougar
Info: Practically summer conditions, small bit of snow descending santa fe. 
Route: from Santa Fe Peak
Posted On: 2020-10-11, By: madmattd
Info: Traversed over from Santa Fe Peak. Road descent until a switchback a bit above the col, then there is a trail (faint at times and easy to miss from the road) to the col and up to the summit. Not heavily trafficked so really just follow the simple ridge up, mostly on tundra. 

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