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 Peak(s):  Grizzly Mtn  -  13,708 feet
Pomeroy Mtn A  -  13,151 feet
PT 13,070  -  13,070 feet
Cyclone Mtn A  -  13,596 feet
Carbonate Mtn A  -  13,663 feet
 Post Date:  08/18/2008
 Date Climbed:   08/15/2008
 Posted By:  Kevin Baker

 Pomeroy to Carbonate Traverse: A Southern Sawatch 6 Pack   

http://www.summitpost.org/trip-report/433008/pomeroy-to-carbonate-traverse-a-southern-sawatch-six-pack.html


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  • Comments or Questions (7)
hokie_jim

3 bicentennials?     2008-08-19 00:17:53
What‘s with all the cherry-pickin‘ Kevin? Better start showing those tri‘s and quad‘s some love!


Kevin Baker


no cherry pickin     2008-08-19 07:57:37
I even showed a ”lowly” 12er some love, so no cherry picking here!


Ridge runner


fun traverse     2011-01-31 17:24:16
That looks like a really fun traverse that I‘ll have to try someday. Your pictures of the clouds are amazing!


susanjoypaul


Yeah, lists mean nothing     2008-08-19 17:04:43
To Kevin... he‘s just out there to enjoy the scenery, and if he happens to end up on top of a peak - hey, that‘s cool, too. He may even stop and sign the register! Nice way to kick off your 3-day winter weekend in the middle of August!


uwe


Crankin‘     2008-08-20 15:47:15
Hi guy,
Great report and captured the effort with great photos.
I am penciling this one in for next year.

Congratulations!


uwe


Update     2008-10-23 09:05:47
If your Carbonate is the same as Darin‘s Cronin, then I am moving this climb up to this weekend.


Kevin Baker


Carbonate     2008-10-23 09:12:52
Uwe:

Carbonate is not the same as Cronin. Cronin used to be called N. Carbonate. Carbonate is a bi-centennial. You could still pickup Carbonate/Cyclone/Cronin from Cyclone Creek pretty easily. Have fun!



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