Treasure Mountain A  
Condition Updates  
Route: Yule pass
Posted On: 2020-08-16, By: Sbenfield
Info: Straight forward up Treasury, dropped back down below ridge into basin, then up Treasure. Probably best to avoid difficult looking ridge if continuing on to Treasure 
Route: East Ridge from Yule Pass
Posted On: 2020-07-09, By: Flyingfish
Info: Three snowfields on the Yule Pass trail with only the last one being a significant hinderance but you can drop below and cross easily. The basin below the Treasure-Treasury saddle has a few large snowfield to cross. Some snow on the summit ridge but is avoidable. Snow was rock solid all day even after a few hours of sun till 11:30a. 
Route: West Face
Posted On: 2019-09-14, By: Grover
Info: TH: Yule Creek / Mileage: 12.0 Beautiful trail into the basin (but starts out steep). After crossing Yule Creek, there are two avalanche debris fields to negotiate. The spot to turn up to Yule Lakes is not marked, so you must choose the path of least resistance. I left the main trail at 10,400' and started up steep slopes under Yule Lakes. Eat some food and fuel up at the lakes, because it is another grind up steep grass and loose piles of talus to the ridge. If you have been atop Snowmass, Capitol, Hagerman or even just hiked up to Geneva Lake, the view over to those peaks and Lead King Basin is something you'll "treasure". 

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