Peak(s):  Mt. Lady Washington  -  13,281 feet
Date Posted:  05/08/2015
Modified:  05/12/2015
Date Climbed:   05/03/2015
Author:  apasquel
 RMNP Spring 2015   

Flew up for the weekend. Took up a buddy that has never been in the mountains. He did great. Got up to 12,000' for first time. We attempted Flattop but turned around to late start and then summited Mt. Lady Washington. That mountain is no joke. I underestimated it. Looks like a crusier of a mountain...but I found it to be longer than it looks. Anyways...here's a write up:


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nKOcYF5uhFQ&feature=youtu.be

http://seekingtheburningbush.blogspot.com/2015/05/rmnp-spring-2015.html

Also, for those who like rock climbing...just got back from a great rock trip:

http://seekingtheburningbush.blogspot.com/2015/04/red-rock-and-zion-trip-report-2015.html

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Comments or Questions
Alpine
User
Yup.
05/10/2015 09:22
Haven’t seen much from you on 14ers recently but always enjoy your blog posts.

Great write up. I love the view of the Diamond from MLW.


dillonsarnelli
User
Deviant
05/10/2015 09:22
Excellent way to end a trip in the RMNP! Park looking good. nice report man



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