Peak(s):  PT 13,153  -  13,153 feet
PT 13,546  -  13,546 feet
Post Date:  08/28/2011
Date Climbed:   08/27/2011
Posted By:  Kevin Baker

 The Forgotten 13ers: The Heart of the Sangres   

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  • Comments or Questions

sweet perspective     08/29/2011 17:29
Nice report Kevin, and I really like the photos of the Sangre sweetness!
We should get out sometime! ;)


South Crestone Lake     08/29/2011 19:10
I've been meaning to get up to the South Crestone Lake area. I really dig that photo of the upper Willow Creek drainage.


Nice Kevin!     08/29/2011 21:11
These are obviously now on my list, obviously . Great photos!

Kevin Baker

Hit em up     08/30/2011 03:44
Yep, these 13ers are truly forgotten, but I think the views are just as good or better than the nearby 14ers. I actually could hear people talking clear over on Challenger Point. It was that quiet up there. Uh oh, I better shut up or I may get accused of being a 13er snob by Keith or Darrin. I don't want to let the cat out of the bag that 13ers are cool too!


Good stuff     08/30/2011 19:22
Glad to see you made it back here (CO) in one piece. Sarah and I hit 546 with Adams last summer and the views up there are pretty powerful. I have some unfinished business in that area and your report makes me want to go back soon. Nice work.

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