Peak(s):  Mt. Oklahoma  -  13,845 feet
Date Posted:  07/20/2009
Modified:  06/12/2010
Date Climbed:   07/19/2009
Author:  Wyoming Bob
 Mount Oklahoma - Eastern Slope Variation   

Mount Oklahoma via the eastern flank accessed from the lowest Halfmoon Lake as opposed to the standard southeast slope route that comes with an unadvertised braided scree slope. Short day, good company, fine meal and enough I-70 traffic to hark back to my fondest D.C. beltway memories.

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