Peak(s):  Mount Royal
Peak 1
Peak 2
Peak 4
Peak 8
Peak 9  -  13,195 feet
Peak 10  -  13,633 feet
Crystal Peak A  -  13,852 feet
Pacific Peak  -  13,950 feet
Atlantic Peak  -  13,841 feet
Date Posted:  08/04/2017
Date Climbed:   08/04/2017
Author:  alexhenes
 Tenmile Traverse: Frisco to Mayflower   

On 8/4/17 Kristi and I did the Tenmile Traverse from Frisco to Mayflower Gulch summiting the following peaks:

Mount Royal, Mount Victoria,Peak 1, Peak 2, Peak 3, Peak 4, Peak 5, Peak 6, Peak 7, Peak 8, Peak 9, Peak 10, Crystal Peak, Pacific Peak, Atlantic Peak

Some key stats from out trip are as follows:

Hours: 14
Start Time: 4:10am
End Time 6:10pm
Miles: 17.5
Elev Gain: 10,520ft
Elev Loss: 8118ft

Everything on this traverse is pretty much class 2 with the exception of Peak 2 - Peak 4 which is mostly class 3 and 4 exposed ridge scrambling.

The full report with pictures can be viewed here:

Tenmile Traverse: Frisco to Mayflower






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
Great job...
08/06/2017 10:50
on a huge day. Doing the Tenmile Range traverse in some form or another is definitely high on my list. Awesome feat to you all!

Nice framing
08/08/2017 09:05
Could not have framed the sun rising between Grays and Torreys any better. Good work!

05/13/2018 15:29
Also awesome! Goals...

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