Peak(s):  Quandary Peak  -  14,265 feet
Date Posted:  10/21/2012
Date Climbed:   10/21/2012
Author:  AnastassiaDoktorova
 Sunny and No Wind  

We started at the trail head about 8:45 and summited around noon.We took the trail that runs along the ridge, class one. It was a cold morning but warmed up very fast. There were a few patches of snow along the ridge but they weren't anything we couldn't walk around. The snow was pretty fresh feeling on our way up and was turning to slush on our way down. It was breezy a few times but not too windy. There wasn't a cloud in the sky and I even got sunburned. It was pretty much perfect conditions all around. Also, there were some mountain goats blocking the trail (four of them). They were easy to get around. As for trail conditions, it was very easy to find the trail and in good condition.

if you live in springs, pueblo, or are going to be passing through pueblo, please message me on here. i left a jacket along the trail and would be most grateful if someone would pick it up!

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