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Start 10am, Summit 2pm , Half Hour on the Summit, Finish 330pm.


Ski Descent:
South/ SE Couloir, down in 1 hour from the summit.

 

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#2 Saturday January 9 — Mt. Yale 14,196’    W Ridge/SW Slopes

Bitter Cold Blower Powder!

Start 630am, Summit 11pm , Half Hour on the Summit, Finish 130pm.

Ski Descent: E Ridge, SE Slopes down in 1:30 from the summit.

 

IMG_6642-2#3: Saturday January 16 – Mount Harvard 14,420’   South Couloir Direct

w Udall, Migl, and Tomer.  Migl and I summited  at 2pm,  Great weather window and we filmed a Tomer’s trails episode:  Skiing Mt. Harvard for Tomer’s Trails, KWGN 2 Denver.

Start 630am, summit 2pm, finish 6pm.

 

IMG_6811#4: Saturday January 23 – Quandary Peak 14,265’ East Ridge 

Quick easy summit with Tomer. Start 6am, summit 9am, finish 11am.

Nice and Windy but we got it done!

 

 

 

FullSizeRender-20#5: Thursday January 28 – Mt Huron 14,003’ Northeast Slopes

My brother Jared Pulled me to Summer trailhead on snowmobile. Then I soloed from 9am-2pm up unconsolidated powder and 1ft of depth hoar with 2 ft of powder. Summit 2pm, then skied down and made it 9 miles past Winfield to car on road back to car by 5pm. Long day!

 

IMG_7572#6: Wednesday Feb 10 – Uncompaghre Peak   14,309’ West Slopes

Twofer with Wetterhorn….broke trail all day solo. Start 230am, summit 9am 30 mins on summit. Skied West face, made it to the pass at 1030am, then headed to Wetterhorn.

 

 

FullSizeRender-21#7 Wednesday Feb 10 – Wetterhorn Peak 14,015’ East Face

Lunch break below the face at 1130am climbed SE ridge to summit by 2pm.

Finish 6pm. LONG DAY since local roads were closed and not even snowmobile tracks!

 

FullSizeRender-19#8 Friday Feb 12 – Culebra Peak 14,047’               West Ridge/ NW Face

Started 530am from the Headquarters. Broke Trail after the Snowmobile track ended above the meadowed ridge….diagonal line through aspens to 4-Way, then broke trail all the way to the large cairn on the ridge. Summit by Noon, 30 mins on top, skied down and met up with two guys (Rob and his friend) It was Rob’s last 14er. Then I skied back down and was at the headquarters by 245pm. The west face/ NW Face powder was good!

 

#9 Saturday Feb 13 – La Plata 14,336’FullSizeRender-22  North Bowl

Hwy 82 toward Sayres basin to the SW ridge and to the top, descent NW ridge to north Bowl. Start 630am, Summit 1pm, Finish 430pm. Tomer, Udall, Anna Migl, and Scott Benge came along and really motivated me to finish my 4th peak in 4 days since Wednesday of that week!

 

 

#10 Saturday Feb 27 – Humboldt Peak 14,064′ South Couloir

Scouted the Crestones and Kit Carson on this trip. The winds were very strong as I managed to make it to the top of Humboldt around 11am. I skied back to my camp in 50 mph winds in South Colony basin, but it felt great to get my 10th peak of the project finished.

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#11 Friday March 4 – Princeton 14,197’.

Skied the East/SE face in reasonable coverage.   Fun Solo Day in the Sawatch.  Saw some goats.

Summit Success!

Summit Success!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

#12 Tuesday March 8 – Castle Peak 14,265′  – East Face to North Couloir

Best summit and ski of the season so far, up to 18″ of powder in places, with a pure ski descent all the way down.  Cold blower powder and calm conditions.

Dropping directly off the top of Castle!

Dropping directly off the top of Castle!

#13, #14, and #15 Friday March 11th:  Missouri (14,067′), Oxford (14,153)’, and Belford (14,197′). 

North Face Mizzou to West Ridge Oxford to West Face of Belford.  THREE PEAKS SKIED for the Day in Light winds.

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Peak #16 – Sat March 19 – Little Bear – Hourglass Couloir – Humble Pie

Link to Story which aired on KWGN TV Denver on Tomer’s Trails

Making delicate turns in the upper section. Not the greatest conditions.

Making delicate turns in the upper section. Not the greatest conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

#17 and #18 Monday March 21: – #17 Ellingwood (14,042′) and #18 Blanca (14,345′)

Approaching Blanca

Approaching Blanca summit 14,345′

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday March 25: – #19 Columbia (14,073′)

Getting it done on Columbia,

Getting it done on Columbia,

Sunday March 27: – #20 Sherman (14,036′)

My turn! Blower conditions!

My turn! Blower conditions!

#21 Sunshine, #22 Redcloud, #23 Handies.  The Triple Day, Skiing all Three! Sunday April 3.

Close to the top!

Close to the top!

#24 San Luis Peak, April 4.  19 Mile Day Solo Mission in the San Juans.

Such a gorgeous day on my 4th 14er in 2 days!

Such a gorgeous day on my 4th 14er in 2 days!

#25 Bross, #26 Lincoln, #27 Cameron, #28 Democrat,  Thursday April 7.

Summit of Democrat 14,148', Peak #28.

Summit of Democrat 14,148′, Peak #28.

#29 Shavano (14,229′) and #30 Tabeguache (14,155′), Tuesday April 12.

Skiing the Angel of Shavano.

Skiing the Angel of Shavano.

#31 Mt. Lindsey (14,042′) Wednesday April 13.

Summit of Lindsey with Blanca and Ellingwood in the distance in fresh powder.

Summit of Lindsey with Blanca and Ellingwood in the distance in fresh powder.

#32 Pikes Peak (14,115′) April 20-21.

Pikes Peak Summit in the full moon at 1am on April 21.

Pikes Peak Summit in the full moon at 1am on April 21.

#33 Antero (14,269′) April 21.

Top of Antero 14,269'

Top of Antero 14,269′

#34 Holy Cross (14,005′) April 22.

Holy Cross Summit 14,005' Peak #34 of 2016.

Holy Cross Summit 14,005′ Peak #34 of 2016.

Twofer on #35 Grays (14,270′) and #36 Torreys (14,267′) April 25, 2016.

Getting ready to drop into the Dead Dog on Torreys.

Getting ready to drop into the Dead Dog on Torreys.

#37 Mt. Massive 14,420′ Sunday May 1, 2016.

Summit of Massive 14,420', My 6th official ski of this peak in my career.

Summit of Massive 14,420′, My 6th official ski of this peak in my career.

#38 Evans (14,264′) and #39 Bierstadt (14,060′) Twofer on Tuesday May 3, 2016.

Summit of Evans (14,264'), skied right off the top, Observatory in view.

Summit of Evans (14,264′), skied right off the top, Observatory in view.

#40 Crestone Needle (14,197′), CINCO DE MAYO SKI, May 5, 2016.

Summit of Crestone Needle - May 5, 2016. Great view over to Crestone Peak and Kit Carson, all in amazing snow and ski conditions.

Summit of Crestone Needle – May 5, 2016. Great view over to Crestone Peak and Kit Carson, all in amazing snow and ski conditions.

#41 Crestone Peak (14,294′), May 6, 2016.

Storm rolling in from the south as I skied down the south "Red" Couloir on Crestone Peak - a delightful line.

Storm rolling in from the south as I skied down the south “Red” Couloir on Crestone Peak – a delightful line.

 

#42 Kit Carson Mountain – 14,165′, Tuesday May 10, 2016.

Getting ready to drop into the OB Couloir.

Getting ready to drop into the OB Couloir.

#43 North Maroon, 14,014′ Thursday May 19, 2016.

The three of us on the top part of the face, Photo by Jordan White.

The three of us on the top part of the face, Photo by Jordan White.

#44 South Maroon (14,156′) Sunday May 22, 2016.

Jon Kedrowski skiing the Y Couloir on South Maroon.

Jon Kedrowski skiing the Y Couloir on South Maroon. (Jake Photo)

#45 Eolus (14,083′) Tuesday May 24, 2016.

Eric getting after it in the East couloir.

Eric getting after it in the East couloir.

#46 N. Eolus (14,039′) Tuesday May 24, 2016.

Eric dropping in on North Eolus with Eolus in the Distance.

Eric dropping in on North Eolus with Eolus in the Distance.

#47 Sunlight (14,053′) Tuesday May 24, 2016.

Skiing off Sunlight 14er.

Skiing off Sunlight 14er.

#48 Windom (14,082′) Tuesday May 24, 2016.

Me on the summit of Windom.

Me on the summit of Windom (Tara Dactyl Photo).

#49 Wilson Peak 14,017′ – Saturday May 28, 2016

Wilson Peak - Tap the rockies at 14,017', first peak of the day.

Wilson Peak – Tap the rockies at 14,017′, first peak of the day.

#50 El Diente (The Tooth) 14,159′ Sat May 28, 2016.

Climbing the Fox Traverse on 14,159' El Diente.

Climbing the Fox Traverse on 14,159′ El Diente.

#51 Mount Wilson 14,246′ Saturday May 28, 2016.

Atop 14,246' Mount Wilson - the third peak of the day as the weather held just long enough to get the third peak skied and get down safely.

Atop 14,246′ Mount Wilson – the third peak of the day as the weather held just long enough to get the third peak skied and get down safely.

#52- Mount Sneffels (14,150′) Tuesday May 31, 2016.

Clear Across the Elks from Summit of Sneffels 14,150'

Clear Across the Elks from Summit of Sneffels 14,150′

#53- Pyramid Peak (14,018′) Wednesday June 1, 2016. (Sat May 21, Sat May 14).

An excellent view from high on Pyramid with Snowmass and Capitol in the distance.

An excellent view from high on Pyramid with Snowmass and Capitol in the distance.

#54 Longs Peak 14,256′ Friday June 3, 2016.

Heading to Keplingers on Longs.

Heading to Keplingers on Longs.

#55 Snowmass 14,092′ Sunday June 5, 2016.

Top of the world on Snowmass 14,092'

Top of the world on Snowmass 14,092′

#56 Capitol Peak 14,130′ – June 4, 2015, June 12, 2016.

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