Peak(s):  Mt. Shavano  -  14,229 feet
Tabeguache Peak  -  14,155 feet
Date Posted:  06/22/2010
Date Climbed:   06/20/2010
Author:  riveroflivingwater7_

 Shavano & Tabeguache combo  

Great climb on 6/20 - Mt. Shavano was completely clear of snow, but was extremely windy once you reached the saddle before the summit. It almost blew us off our feet completely a couple of times. The ridge to Tabeguache Peak is completely clear of snow; a little hard to follow the path at times, but nothing too serious if you get off track. Tabeguache had a little snow on the summit, so you had to climb to the left of the peak. Doing both in one day wasn't too bad mileage wise, but it was a lot of up and down in elevation, which made it more challenging.

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