Peak(s):  Quandary Peak  -  14,265 feet
North Star Mtn  -  13,614 feet
Loveland Mtn  -  13,692 feet
Wheeler Pk (NM) - 13161
Dyer Mtn  -  13,855 feet
Date Posted:  05/21/2011
Date Climbed:   05/19/2011
Author:  killingcokes
 TR: 7 Great days 5/13-19/2011   

There's really just too many words so if you're interested click the links for the words and more pics.

Wheeler Peak 13,161 and Mt Walter 13,131 New Mexico Fun Solo 5/13/2011
East Ball Mountain 12,947 Dyer Mountain 13,856 Hot, Hot, Hot 5/14/2011
Loveland Mountain 13,692 South Gully 5/15/2011
Quandary Peak 14,265 Cristo Couloir 5/16/2011
North Star Mountain The Banana Gully Solo 5/17/2011
Prospect Mountain 12,614 South Bowl Solo 5/18/2011
No Name (Porcupine Ridge) Loveland Ski Area 5/19/2011

Comments or Questions
Michael York

05/21/2011 18:49
that's a lot of cool stuff in one week, congrats!


Nice photos
05/21/2011 22:24
Looks like a good week for you. I especially enjoyed the Wheeler Pk TR. Looked like fun. I was on that thing in mid winter so ave danger restricted us to the standard descent back to Williams lake from the Wheeler-Walter saddle. You got a lot more quality turns in NM than us!


05/21/2011 22:25
yeah the links do not work, I had to visit your site to get the stories. Its if anyone is wanting to check it out before the links get fixed.


links broken?
05/21/2011 22:33
The links won't work for me.
Edit: I visited the makingturns site too. Good beta. Thanks!


05/21/2011 22:46
Links are fixed. Not sure why it didn't work.

Such a fun week. I wish the weather had cooperated more. This should be a pretty fun spring. I've never seen these mountains covered better, except for west facing stuff. Hopefully we'll be skiing decent lines till August.

New Mexico was really cool. I think I have a few more trips planned for that area and the Truchas Peaks zone


pretty sure we saw your car
05/22/2011 02:02
parked at the williams lake trailhead parking lot on 5/13. we skied the NW face of ”Sin Nombre” (UN12819) at the south end of the Williams Lake basin that day. Nice choice of lines on your part, and your photo of Old Mike Pk is quite timely since I'm skiing that area again tomorrow Conditions down in NM are holding surprisingly well given the lean year down south, and the spring storms have helped! Thanks for the TR's.


05/22/2011 15:36
You've really been at it! The links work, but I think the photo links (here in the TR) are broken. Unless it's something on Photobucket this morning. Could just be me

What a year


Old Mike and Lake Fork
05/22/2011 15:59
Those lines I think are worth going back for. I had been having ankle issues the weekend before so I didn't want to push it with new boot liners. I was really considering going for it though.

Must go Back.

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