Peak(s):  Mt. Antero  -  14,271 feet
Date Posted:  06/15/2005
Date Climbed:   06/13/2005
Author:  bmathews
 Mount Antero via Baldwin Creek- June 13th   

Mount Antero via Baldwin Creek- June 13th

I camped about a mile up the road on the first pull-off to the left. If you have a 4WD vehicle I would recommend camping on this road. It is a beautiful area, and FREE unlike the rest of the camping around CR162. I was lucky that it was a Monday and I only saw 1 ATV below tree-line, and 1 car parked at tree-line. I only saw one other hiker at around 13,900.

The weather on the peak was windy but beside that a perfect day. I summited via the snow on the southeast (visible from 285). Made the final ascent a little more interesting.

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