Peak(s):  Red Pk B  -  13,189 feet
Deming Mountain - 12902
Date Posted:  09/25/2014
Modified:  05/20/2015
Date Climbed:   09/20/2014
Author:  dillonsarnelli
 Fall in the Gore: Red and Deming   

Fall in the Gore: Red and Deming

Peaks: Red Peak B (13,189'), "Deming Mountain" (12,902')
Date: September 20, 2014
Trailhead: Meadow Creek
Distance: 16 miles
Elevation Gain: 5,850 ft.
Participants: Solo mission
Time: 9 Hours

Fall in the Gore. I like the sound of that. Fall in the Park. I like the sound of that too. On this day we'll give the nod to the Gore. For a guy who still can't ski, one who spends most of the winter behind a desk with his trusty calculator close by at all times, the clock is ticking. However, with a couple of months to go, I'm trying to make the most of my time and spending as much of it in the great outdoors as possible. On most occasions these outings come with great company, but sometimes it's just me and my own meandering thoughts. This past Saturday would be the latter. Keep reading...

Fall in the Gore: Red and Deming

Fall in the Gore: Red and Deming

Comments or Questions

Beautiful Pictures
09/25/2014 13:49
If I could live in Frisco for a summer, I would never leave the Gores! Nothing else compares, the rest just leaves you wanting!


great comment
09/26/2014 00:51
Beau, thanks! ”the rest just leaves you wanting” - very well said!


09/26/2014 02:18
those are really great photos! I consider myself a top notch macro nature photographer, but other than that, my photography skills are so terrible that I often avoid taking pictures in order to not do my subjects an injustice (hence my cartoon avatar). So I'm wondering, how did a top notch land scape photographer end up with such a ridiculous avatar photo?


09/26/2014 20:34
Mike - i read your comment to those present in my living room last night. haha. thanks for a good laugh man! good stuff

Adam - for sure! plenty of time. lots of exploring to take care of on my end too. Thanks!

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