Peak(s):  Mt. Sheridan  -  13,748 feet
Peerless Mountain  -  13,348 feet
Date Posted:  11/18/2012
Date Climbed:   11/17/2012
Author:  winmag4582001
 Beautiful day for a walk   

Start: 8:00am
Finish: 12:00pm

The drive to the gate was completely dry and there was hardly any snow to walk through during the hike. I'm going back down Thursday to do Horseshoe Mtn.
Hilltop Mine and almost no snow

Bryson on Mt. Sheridan

Sheridan with Horseshoe in the background


On Peerless looking back to Sheridan

My GPS Tracks on Google Maps (made from a .GPX file upload):

Thumbnails for uploaded photos (click to open slideshow):
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Comments or Questions
Svenski Norski
Nice Pinnacles!
11/18/2012 18:21
I climbed Sheridan last summer but didn't notice the little ”knob” you climbed just below the ridge toward Peerless & Horseshoe- Now I need to go back and check that out, very neat looking, cool that somebody got on top of one.

It was a dare...
11/18/2012 22:38
My son dared me to go down so he could take a picture of me on it. Probably not the best idea considering the talus was frost covered and the knob was an unstable pile of rock.

Father and Son...
11/19/2012 18:08
Nice job Brett and Bryson! Fun area isn't it. Horseshoe is also fun climb (although I got to ride in a jeep for a ways up the road).

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