Lenawee Mountain  
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2016-11-10  Route: South Ridge
Posted On: 2016-11-11, By: BillMiddlebrook
Info: Pretty dry for November but there was a bit of snow along the summit ridge, which forced us to make a few easy, Class 3 moves. Didn't use microspikes but gaiters were helpful. 
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2016-09-05  Route: Southwest (SW) Ridge
Posted On: 2016-09-05, By: jasayrevt
Info: Clear & very nice enjoyable trip w/ reaching summit. Invigorating, Inspiring Hobby. Great, beautiful 13er mountain. This quality, classic route is a unique undertaking & lightly traveled. Incredible views of Front Range & A-Basin Ski Resort. Prime, excellent, & bluebird summer conditions up high for navigating slopes & ridge line extremely well. Successful traverse from neighboring "SW Lenawee" (13,180'). Trail runners & light pack were good. Climb safely / swiftly in the hills folks. Pictures included as beta 
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2016-08-20  Route: South Ridge
Posted On: 2016-08-28, By: mdavenport2
Info: Clear and dry. Perfect summer conditions. 
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2015-06-26  Route: Sniktau/Cupid/Grizzly Peak D/Lenawee
Posted On: 2015-06-26, By: JasonKline
Info: Did the Sniktau/Cupid/Grizzly Peak D/Lenawee route from http://www.quackquackcolorado.com/mt-sniktau-cupid-grizzly-peak-d-lenawee-mtn/ Although there was still a decent amount of snow up there, it was easily avoidable. Microspikes and ice axe weren‘t needed. Avoiding the snow between Grizzly Peak D and Lenawee required some careful route finding to keep it down to Class 3. 
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2013-07-27  Route: From Loveland Pass
Posted On: 2013-08-06, By: k-berger
Info: Not enough information for a full trip report, but there is a lack of beta online for this traverse so I figured I would add a little detail. We went from Loveland Pass to A-basin (set up a car shuttle in the AM) by summiting Grizzly, over to Lenawee and then to the top of the ski resort. This is an excellent route with some great scrambling from Grizz to Lenawee - I would say the hardest moves go at class 4. There are several loose holds, so testing everything is a must on the route. The traverse from Lenawee to A-basin is tedious and not as much fun as G to L. If you aren‘t set on reaching the top of A-basin, bailing out after topping Lenawee would be the better option. Overall, a great scramble, close to Denver and no crowds - although you do have a great view of the conga line up Grays.... 
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