Mt. Sheridan  
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Route: Southeast Slope
Posted On: 2015-02-15, By: CUaaron25
Info: Climbed Mt. Sheridan and Peerless yesterday from fourmile creek. There is a perfect boot/snowshoe pack all the way up into the basin. We turned left in the upper basin to hike up a few exposed rock bands/slopes to get to the base of the SE face of Sheridan. We went straight up the SE face on loose talus until we intersected with a trail that switchbacked up the windblown face. We had snowshoes but didn‘t use them all day. 
Route: Northeast Ridge
Posted On: 2014-06-21, By: Unknown
Info: Summer conditions, dry and no snow once you get to the Sherman / Sheridan saddle. The glissade down from the saddle is wicked F U N! 
Route: Northeast Ridge
Posted On: 2012-06-01, By: ColoradoGuy
Info: Mt. Sheridan is entirely dry. The only snow to deal with is the snow field just below the saddle (ridge) that the standard route for Sherman/Sheridan go up, and even in this there is a hard-packed trail from all the foot traffic. 
Route: E face
Posted On: 2010-12-18, By: d_baker
Info: Drove to just beyond the Leavick mine, at the first wide pull-off on the left. No problems in 4x4 jeep getting there. Snowshoed from there to the gate of "standard route" of Sherman. Cached shoes. Hung a left (S/SW) at the Dauntless Mine and headed up the slope from there. Mostly wind scoured. Hiked the low angle, mostly devoid of snow, E slopes to summit of Sheridan. A bit windy. (Probably sustained 20's) Blowing snow. A bit cold. But a good day in the mountains! Planned to go down the NE ridge to Sherman, but the winds and snow took its toll on us, so we descended our ascent route, went home. (Pictures l. to r.) Pic #1: snowshoe cache Pic #2: leaving Dauntless Mine Pic #3: hiking up E slope of Sheridan Pic #4: looking down on Dauntless Mine 

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