Peak(s):  Mt. Cameron  -  14,248 feet
Mt. Lincoln  -  14,293 feet
North Star Mountain  -  13,614 feet
Peak 1 - 12805
Date Posted:  06/07/2011
Date Climbed:   06/05/2011
Author:  killingcokes
 Corny Weekend   

Got up for a few days in the hills. We went for Peak 1 first and had a really great time. The next day we hit Lincoln and Cameron. Also found really great snow though the haze was crazy. The 3rd day we did a quick run in Tractor bowl and called it good.

More pics and thoughts at links below

Peak 1 12,805 Canyon Gully 6/4/2011

Mt Lincoln 14,286 Amphitheater Slopes - Mt Cameron 14,238 South Slopes 6/5/2011
North Star Mtn 13,580 Tractor Bowl 6/6/2011

Had some condensation develop on one of the cameras so some of the pics look a little weird. Enjoy.

Peak One

Lincoln and Cameron

Tractor Bowl on North Star

Comments or Questions
06/07/2011 23:34
Glad to see you are taking advantage of the extended spring Fritz. Nice photos.

That canyon Gully looks solid
06/08/2011 00:18
Nice work Fritz, we were noticing that line quite prominently from across the way on Deming sunday. To be honest, I had never seen it in its entirety like this until we got this vantage point. That looks like one hell of a line.

06/08/2011 02:33
that someone got it this spring I have to look at that and the one lookers right of it on my commute to work!

Chicago Transplant
Good Stuff
06/09/2011 19:34
Nice meeting you at the trailhead, it was a good weekend for skiing! I've admired the tractor bowl for years, never knew it had a name, I'll have to give it a go one of these days.

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