Peak(s):  Atlantic Peak  -  13,841 feet
Date Posted:  02/28/2012
Date Climbed:   02/26/2012
Author:  maverick_manley
 Atlantic Peak West Ridge

I'm not sure how to embed the summitpost page so it doesn't just show up as a link... I used to be able to do it. Any thoughts? Thanks!

Comments or Questions
Looks like fun, I might have to partake!
02/29/2012 14:38
Great pics. I skied at Copper Mtn a couple of days before and gawked/oogled at the Ten Mile Range every time we came up the SuperBee lift. It's got me thinking of getting the rest of the Ten Mile Range 13ers I need by doing Atlantic to Peak 9 in a couple of weeks from Mayflower Gulch. 8) Your pics confirmed my desire. That peak in the last photo is Jacque Peak (13205') which is right above Copper Mtn.

Welcome Back
02/29/2012 16:40
Good to have you back posting on the site. Looks like a nice day out in the hills.

02/29/2012 16:55
My attention was diverted for the past several months but it's good to be back above treeline again. Atlantic to Pk 9 sounds fun. The Drift - Fletcher traverse was another route I considered but decided to start conservatively for my first trip this Winter. I love the Mayflower Gulch area.

Wild Boar Again???
03/01/2012 05:39
Good to see you back, Prakash. It has been a long time. Congrats on the winter centennial.

Good Job!
03/01/2012 22:47
I'll guess Jacque Peak. Oops, I see geojed beat me to it.

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