Peak(s):  Mt. Elbert  -  14,433 feet
Mt. Massive  -  14,421 feet
Bull Hill A  -  13,761 feet
Casco Pk  -  13,908 feet
Frasco BM  -  13,876 feet
French Mtn  -  13,940 feet
Champion, Mt  -  13,646 feet
Deer Mt A  -  13,761 feet
Oklahoma, Mt  -  13,845 feet
Date Posted:  09/13/2021
Date Climbed:   09/09/2021
Author:  justiner
 Elbert to Massive the Hard Way   

I had this trip in mind for a little while based on a simple question: could you link up Mt. Elbert to Mt. Massive via the ridgeline that encircles the Half Moon Creek drainage? Trip report text is here! Grab the GPX on the Caltop page, or on the Google Map below,


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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
BenjiFarson
User
This is awesome
09/13/2021 15:09
Thank you for sharing!


arthurspiderman
User
Incredible!
09/13/2021 21:09
Very impressive stuff! Saw your sign in on the French register and was intrigued on how you were going to connect Elbert and Massive going along the ridge.


bully7
Brillant !!!
09/14/2021 04:40
Well done...that is one epic loop. Now you got me thinking.


seeking timberline
Impressive!
10/26/2021 11:57
I just saw this and man, that's a HUGE amount of terrain to cover in one go. Never underestimate the combined power of fitness and stubbornness!



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