Peak(s):  Grays Peak  -  14,275 feet
Torreys Peak  -  14,272 feet
Date Posted:  06/23/2005
Date Climbed:   06/22/2005
Author:  wotah

Climbed Greys and Torreys yesterday morning, June 22nd. Road to the trailhead was in good shape, easily passable for our Subaru Outback. We summited both with no problems. The saddle between Greys and Torreys is snow free. We did encounter some snow on our descent from the saddle. It was well packed so no crampons or anything special was required. We took advantage of some of the remaining snow and glissaded about 1/2 mile. That never gets old ! Overall great climb.

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