"Mt. Silverthorne"  
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2016-07-07  Route: West Ridge, Gore Lake start
Posted On: 2016-07-09, By: WillRobnett
Info: West Ridge 
2016-06-26  Route: view from valhalla
Posted On: 2016-06-26, By: WillRobnett
Info: view from valhalla, east thorn slightly behind 
2011-08-03  Route: Willow Creek/Salmon Lake
Posted On: 2011-08-03, By: TravelingMatt
Info: The basins in the Gore Range are still holding a ton of snow. Above Salmon Lake is no exception. There are multiple large snowfields from 11,500 to 12,700 feet and it will be necessary to cross at least one to get to Silverthorne or East Thorn. Snow gear highly recommended. The traverse from Silverthorne to East Thorn gets harder the closer you get to East Thorn, with loose talus and extensive scrambling past the eastermost col. Easiest way up East Thorn is up and over the northern summit block, then make a ~20ft, Class 4ish traverse over to the higher southern summit. One can go straight to or from East Thorn via a talus gully west of the summit, although it is easier to get up by summiting Silverthorne first. 

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