Peak(s):  Huron Peak  -  14,003 feet
PT 13,462  -  13,462 feet
Browns Pk  -  13,523 feet
Middle Mtn B  -  13,060 feet
Date Posted:  06/28/2018
Date Climbed:   06/20/2018
Author:  tomcat32
 Tour de Huron   

I wasn't too interested in a quick up and down on the standard route. The Tour de Huron sounded much more appealing, and I wasn't disappointed. I have the full trip report and all the photos on my blog at the link below.

http://tomcatoutdoors.blogspot.com/2018/06/tour-de-huron-climbing-huron-peak-and.html

Photos 1 Huron in the distance from Middle Mtn

2 UN 13,462', Browns, and Huron (the route)

3 Looking back the north ridge toward Browns

4 Huron beyond the north ridge

5 Looking back at the route with Browns, UN 13,462' and Middle Mtn in the distance

6 The Three Apostles




Thumbnails for uploaded photos (click to open slideshow):
1 2 3 4 5 6


Comments or Questions
tomcat32
Link
06/28/2018 18:18
link fixed


derekesq

good info
06/29/2018 06:51
Thanks for posting, i have been looking at this for my trip in Sept. I was thinking of taking the standard route up Huron and then descending browns, un 13462. Since you did the opposite, do you have a thought on which way is better?


tomcat32
direction
06/29/2018 08:14
I enjoyed my direction because it had a nice build up of elevation and scenery. It was neat to have Huron visible in the distance and finally reach it The other way would get the elevation over with faster. As far as descending, The standard route is more solid than Lulu Gulch which is rocky so Lulu could be a little rougher to descend. I think the direction I went may be the way to go, but it's the only way I've done.


appleseeds

Love that route
06/29/2018 10:31
Nice pictures! I like going clockwise for sure- gets you up onto the ridge sooner for the views and then the standard trail takes you down more directly to tree line and water as the day wears on.



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