"Cooper Creek Peak"  
Condition Updates  
Route: From \"Every Mountain\"
Posted On: 2020-11-01, By: supranihilest
Info: From "Every Mountain" there's a brief drop to the saddle down super loose garbage rock. There's snow mixed in but not a ton. The remaining hike to "Cooper Creek Peak" is easy, though pretty much everything is junky scree and talus. Plenty of snow but also plenty of ways to avoid most of it. On the return we came back to the saddle with "Every Mountain" and then went down from there. Don't go too far west or you'll run into an extremely loose, steep, and deep eroded gully. You'll want to descend far prior to that. If it ever gets too steep for comfort you're in the wrong spot, go find something that's less steep. Still plenty of snow along the way. Once in the flats we stayed north of the snowline and made our way back to the trail up the drainage. We wore trail runners but boots would probably be more appropriate. Ice axe and traction not needed. 
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Route: via Every Mtn
Posted On: 2020-10-12, By: Randy1983
Info: Perfect conditions on Every Mountain and Cooper Creek Peak Saturday with badgerhiker. In honor and memory of my friend Ben Brownlee. Who I sadly didn't get to climb with enough. We'll miss you Ben! 
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Route: SE Ridge
Posted On: 2020-06-30, By: thebeave7
Info: Did the traverse from pk13832 over to Cooper Creek pk via the southeast ridge. Far looser and sketchier than expected, appeared very poor quality class 4-5. So much so that I dropped from the intermediate point down into the basin 300ft below on so very loose gravel. Then climbed around the west side of the ridge and up to Cooper Creek Pk. Descended the direct line into the Silver Creek basin, steep rocks and tundra. 
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Route: Cooper Creek/Silver Creek
Posted On: 2018-08-18, By: JasonKline
Info: Summer conditions. Totally dry. 

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