Peak(s):  Pagoda Mountain  -  13,497 feet
Longs Peak  -  14,259 feet
Mt. Meeker  -  13,911 feet
Meeker Ridge  -  13,860 feet
Mt Orton - 11724
Lookout Mtn - 10715
Date Posted:  07/10/2018
Modified:  07/12/2018
Date Climbed:   07/06/2018
Author:  cordisimo
 Hunter's Creek Traverse   

Last week, I finally ticked off a route that I'd been eyeing for a couple years -- Crescent Ridge. Since Wild Basin is huge, I made use of the day to traverse all the peaks of the Hunters Creek drainage. And since I had brought my rock shoes and chalk, it made sense to throw in a couple other interesting routes as well. It ended up being a terrific linkup which exceeded even my already high expectations!

The full report can be found here!

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

Thumbnails for uploaded photos (click to open slideshow):

Comments or Questions
Nice linkup
07/10/2018 08:58
Cool TR, Cordis. Crescent, et al, looks like a fun linkup.

Crescent ridge
07/10/2018 21:25
with the rope and gear out and back was a soul crushing trip indeed. Good on you for being able to solo it

Map of your hike, please!
07/12/2018 10:55
I am helping compile maps of where hikers have been and have NOT seen Brian, so that we know where we SHOULD look for him. Do you have a .kmz or .gpx file from your ascent on 7/6 of Long's and buttresses?

Thank you!

Grant Crist

Route Map
07/12/2018 11:22
@Grant, just uploaded my gpx file to the TR. Let me know if I can provide any other info that would help

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