Peak(s):  Mt. Oklahoma  -  13,845 feet
Date Posted:  06/19/2012
Date Climbed:   06/16/2012
Author:  mattpayne11
 Mount Oklahoma - More than just "OK"   

I had a very enjoyable climb of my 76th Centennial this past weekend.

Tons of solitude, wildflowers and bushwhacking. Check out the full report.

Panorama of Mount Oklahoma and Mount Massive

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Comments or Questions
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06/20/2012 05:51
absolutely incredible! Wow what a great TR and congrats on #76!

06/20/2012 06:38
Appreciate that! I'm only worried about a few more on the list. Dallas and Jagged being two of my main concerns...

Gracias Anna!
06/20/2012 14:09
It looks like that traverse can go pretty nicely, with some class 3 adventure. The only concern would be the huge elevation loss an gain 8)

That's a nice one!
06/20/2012 14:49
And one that I will have to do this summer. Thanks, Matt!

06/20/2012 15:24
The pictures are super cool and beautifal

Nice pictures, nice mountain.
06/20/2012 17:22
I see why you take the extra equipment with you: it shows through your pics. Those cliffs Roach warns to avoid sure are irritating, but at least they provide a nice view of Halfmoon Lakes and Massive. That basin south of the east ridge is tranquility defined. Nice job!

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