Peak(s):  Twin Sisters North  -  13,012 feet
Date Posted:  06/20/2015
Date Climbed:   06/08/2015
Author:  tomcat32
 Bighorn Sheep in the Stout Lakes Basin  

Last week I headed into the Stout Lakes Basin between the Twin Sisters to check out how the snow conditions were progressing and maybe get to treeline. I spotted some nice bighorn rams and decided to follow them and try to get some photos. Because I climbed fairly high toward the ridge I ended up climbing to the false summit. Since I wasn't planning on the peak and ended up watching the sheep for a while I turned around a mile or so before the true summit because I was short on time. I have a full report with some photos and some route description of the area that may be helpful if you are looking to bag a low obscure 13er in the Sangres. The link is below for the full report of the trip.
http://tomcatoutdoors.blogspot.com/2015/06/bighorn-sheep-in-stout-lakes-basin.html



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