Peak(s):  Mt. Wilson  -  14,246 feet
El Diente Peak  -  14,159 feet
Post Date:  08/25/2008
Date Climbed:   08/23/2008
Posted By:  CO Native

 El Diente to Mount Wilson   

This past weekend was perfect weather for hiking. Jason and I had a great trip up El Diente and Mount Wilson. Here are a couple teaser photos:

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  • Comments or Questions

Awesome!     08/27/2008 02:51
I do believe it was you guys who wondered if we meant to do ElDiente when we started our traverse from the top of the grey gully .... awesome pics of the traverse! We chose to climb the coxcomb too ...I‘m with you ... not sure where the class 3 was!! Woo-hoo! Good stuff! Love your pics of Navajo Lake!

CO Native

That was us....     08/27/2008 13:55
Yep, that was us. You looked like you knew where you were going, but figured I‘d ask just in case.

I‘m impressed you guys did that ridge both directions on two seperate days.


So I Met CO Native & Did Not Know It     09/04/2008 03:28
Great TR and Photos. Roger that on the Navajo Lake pic‘s.
Tks for checking if we were going the right way.
After the prior day experience, it was a good questions to ask. hehe.
Congrats...I read your prior years‘ attempt. Tuff to turn back, but smart trumps!

See ya on the trail again sometime.

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