Peak(s):  Mt. Princeton  -  14,197 feet
Date Posted:  04/20/2010
Modified:  12/08/2015
Date Climbed:   04/18/2010
Author:  benners
 Mount Princeton Spring Ski Descent   

TR here:

 Comments or Questions

look at all those dirt tracks
02/05/2011 00:22
Thats quite a day Ben, 13 miles huh? I like that picture you took of Pioletski with a dramatic southern Sawatch backdrop. And its always nice to find a snow covered summit. Well done.

On a side note, any interest in Yankee Boy Basin weekend of 5/1-2?


Thanks guys!
04/20/2010 23:22
Ben, thanks for writing this up, and it was great to meet you, Mark, and Carl. What a day we had!

Matt, great times, eh?


Thanks, gentlemen!
04/21/2010 01:51
For a great spring skiing day. Marc and Carl, nice to meet you. Chris, glad you could get out for this bluebird day.

Brian - I like that pic too. it captures how I feel skiing these lines. Love to join you in Yankee Boy Basin but I‘m not available that weekend, have you asked skier25?


05/02/2011 14:23
Matt and Ben for waiting for the rest of us as we knock off our first 14er ski descent of the spring. Good to be back on the horse. Looking forward to getting quicker. Nice TR Ben.


13 Miles, 5,500
11/30/2010 17:28
Yeah we definitely ended up with larger stats than we could have had later in the season, but I dare say we ended up skiing more vert than a lot of parties do on Princeton, so maybe it was worth it...

Brian I'll be in touch about your Yankee trip, maybe Carl‘s interested as well?

Matt and Chris, thanks for another fun one!


Another one down
04/22/2010 15:42
You‘re just ticking them off fast. Great TR, again!


04/25/2010 23:54
Loved this report and the pics. Makes an old man wish for younger days!

Easy Rider

good call on skinning Tigger gully
04/29/2010 17:28
That had to save some time.

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