Peak(s):  Jagged Mtn  -  13,824 feet
Six, Pk  -  13,705 feet
Knife Point  -  13,265 feet
Date Posted:  08/23/2017
Modified:  08/25/2017
Date Climbed:   08/18/2017
Author:  alexhenes
 Jagged: Completing the Centennials   

At the end of the summer of 2016 Kristi and I had just one more Centennial peak to climb.... Jagged Mountain. Instead of rushing yet another trip to the San Juans we decided to wait until 2017 to climb Jagged and complete our Centennial project. When 2017 rolled around we planned on getting it done early in the season. However it turned out to be the the year of the monsoon. We found ourselves planning and canning many trips due to weather. In mid August we pulled the trigger and made the trip to Durango. We drove on a Wednesday night, hopped a Thursday train and summited on Friday 8/18/17. This gallery documents our trip along with some extra credit peaks( Peak Six and Knife Point). What a journey the Centennials have been and what an amazing way to finish them. Jagged is the crown jewel. It was the most fun to climb and had the most rewarding summit. We hope to return soon.

The full gallery and report can be found here: Jagged: Completing the Centennials





My GPS Tracks on Google Maps (made from a .GPX file upload):

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Comments or Questions
Vimana Aircraft

Heck yes!!!!
08/24/2017 07:52
Much respect!!!!!!!!


08/24/2017 09:33
What a great report - pics and text are superb. Mega congrats on finishing the Centennials!


08/24/2017 13:55
Looks like quite a trip. Great photos.


08/25/2017 12:45
Agree with you, Jagged is a rewarding finisher! Congrats to both of you!


Congratulations Sir!!!
08/25/2017 22:00
Major accomplishment. Highest 100

Kent McLemore

Well done.
09/16/2017 14:28
Congrats on the Centennials! Beautiful photos. Noname Basin may be my favorite spot on Earth.

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