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Jul 15 2011

Tenmile Peak 12,933′ Southeast Slopes 7/3/2011

Published by at 12:47 AM under 12ers,Colorado,Skiing Trip Reports

Met up with my son’s, best friend’s dad for a nice ski of Tenmile Peak. 2 days before the Miner’s Creek road opened so we rallied for a nice 4×4 run to the high trailhead. Getting any more sleep at this point was a real help. Starting to get really burnt. We took the trail to the 1st clearing and left the trail for the ridge. The ridge was steep but pretty straightforward. We made decent time to the top. The very last part of the ridge was a little spicy with nice scrambling.

The slope was a bit sun cupped and a bit firm for the 1st 200′ but after that it was just nice corn. This was a fun face and a fun line. Great getting out with you Peter, I guess the season will never end 🙂

Looking up at the ascent

Heading up the ridge

Looking over at Peak 1's SE Slopes

The fun scrambling started here

Heading up the final pitch of snow

Looking south from the summit

Looking down at I-70

Peter Skiing

Great Weather


"Peak 2 1/2" in the background

A nice look down the line

In the middle

Soft enough to smooth it out

A fun line for sure

It started warming up

At the apron

A few of me

Such a fun line

Another nice look down the line

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  1. Giterdun Publishing Ltdon 04 Dec 2012 at 8:53 PM

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