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 Peak(s):  London Mtn  -  13,194 feet
Sheridan, Mt  -  13,748 feet
Gold Hill - 12,000 feet
Mt Royal - 10,502 feet
Peak 1 - 12,805 feet
 Post Date:  04/02/2010
 Date Climbed:   03/26/2010
 Posted By:  killingcokes

 TR: 5 of 6 days Tenmile/Mosquito Range, Co. 3/26-31/2010   

With my wife taking the kids to grandmas for a week I figured it would be great to get some peak skiing done. The calls were made and the groups assembled. Since there is so much stuff I figured I'd post a few good pics and links to the TRs on my site.


Gold Hill 12,000′ North Slopes 3/26/2010

"Mt Victoria" 11785′ and Mt Royal 10502′ J-Chute and Hummingbird 3/27/10
Mt Sheridan 13,748′ South Gully 3/28/2010
London Mountain 13,194′ 3/30/2010 The Wave
Peak One 12,805′ 3/31/2010 East Ridge to South East Slopes


Photo by Doumall








 


  • Comments or Questions
doumall


South Face     2010-04-05 09:57:40
The south face of Sheridan holds some amazing skiing. I was pretty suprised. Looks like its worth at least another trip although it was still a bit spooky with all the cross loading. Maybe give it a few weeks. Horseshoe is my nemisis now


RoanMtnMan


Big Week!     2010-04-02 16:01:09
Nice work Fritz. Got some work done I see. Glad to see someone finally talked Joe into skiing this season, all the vertical ice must have melted.


pioletski


Nice going Fritz     2010-04-02 20:19:20
Thanks for sharing your stories, we all benefit from seeing a little honest self-criticism. Enjoyed the pix too!


JakeK


Great pics and reports     2010-04-02 13:26:09
Sounds like a great week... a couple scares, but glad they turned out OK... good learning experiences. Good to see that some of these lines are starting to come into form.


Easy Rider


Nice work!     2010-04-15 16:30:48
yeah guys, get it!



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