Peak(s):  Crystal Pk A  -  13,852 feet
Pk 10  -  13,633 feet
Pk 9  -  13,195 feet
Pk 8 - 12987
Pk 7 - 12655
Pk 6 - 12573
Pk 5 - 12855
Pk 4 - 12856
Pk 3 - 12676
Pks 1&2 - 12933
Date Posted:  08/16/2015
Date Climbed:   08/09/2015
Author:  Zambo
Additional Members:   dillonsarnelli
 Tenmile Traverse In Photos: Peak 1 to Crystal   

A big day in the Tenmile on a classic route. This is a very well documented effort, so I thought I would try to keep the descriptions short and the images heavy. If you decide to check it out, I hope you enjoy.


Tenmile Traverse In Photos: Peak 1 to Crystal

Comments or Questions
wait...whoa whoa whoa
08/16/2015 22:20
Dillon is a jogger now?

This was a great read!!! I laughed a lot but mostly envied the vertical gainz.

Hats off to you!
08/17/2015 07:38
Very nice traverse in what looks like near perfect weather for such a day! Couple of Tuff guys aye! I tried last year and got chased off peak 5. It was a long hike back on the CT and various connecting trails to Frisco! The distance traveled back is almost the same as going to Pk 10 without the gain. Consequently, I was wasted when I got back to the TH and slept in the car for a few hours!

08/17/2015 10:24
These are the kinds of hikes I daydream about. Nice work, great pictures!

dude where’s our ride
08/17/2015 12:09
This day was so awesome I almost forgot we never got that post climb beer, almost. Let’s make up for it with Blyth and Richard on Molas Pass next week. Sweet pics as always with even better captions Zambino! Well done buddy. Oh and local mountain surfer girls over Crystal was a no brainer!

08/17/2015 15:24
Did Uber come pick you up Dillon?

08/17/2015 21:38
traverse, the photos and the description – all top notch! Kudos to both of you!

Did you see me?
08/19/2015 15:17
Over yonder in the Gores? Sure wish I had a few grassy slopes...had a Ripsaw introduction with a new buddy and we talked about this ridge. Nice work fellas!

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