Peak(s):  Sleeping Sexton  -  13,460 feet
Willoughby Mtn  -  13,142 feet
PT 13,336  -  13,336 feet
PT 13,020 B  -  13,020 feet
PT 13,039  -  13,039 feet
Date Posted:  08/11/2017
Date Climbed:   07/23/2017
Author:  dillonsarnelli
Additional Members:   lordhelmut
 Weekend in the Elks - Sleeping Sexton and Co.  

Weekend in the Elks - Sleeping Sexton and Co.

When you go on a trip with Brian, he comes prepared. "Brian, why are we leaving so early?" He doesn't answer because he already knows that as soon as we get in the car some dude is going to rob a bank and CDOT will close I-70.

And with that the weekend begins. Keep reading...

Peaks: UN 13,336, UN 13,020 B, Willoughby Mountain (13,142'), UN 13,039, Sleeping Sexton (13,460')
Date: July 21-23, 2017
Where: Elk Range
Trailhead: Maroon Lake (9,580')
Participants: Brian Miller, Dillon Sarnelli

Weekend in the Elks - Sleeping Sexton and Co.





Weekend in the Elks - Sleeping Sexton and Co.




 Comments or Questions
MtnHub

Now that's more like it!
08/11/2017 06:44
Keep'm comin' guys!!


Papillon

Sarnelli, you still alive?
08/11/2017 09:55


Maybe Miller should change his screen name to lordhelmutless. Would make an even better puppet account (not that I condone that stuff). Solid outing with a solid beer stash I see. Congrats, lads.

Apropos your last image, maybe we need to rendezvous on November 4? I will never forget November 27, 1993. I was in attendance and half-gone. It still is my low point as a sports fan.


Mtnman200

Nice report
08/11/2017 10:42
The "secret ledge" is something else, isn't it?


jasayrevt

Nice Summits
08/11/2017 10:45
Great Trip Report Sarnelli. Thanks so much for posting the quality 13er route beta. Excellent work with getting these spectacular Elk Range peaks too. Information on lesser traveled routes is very good. Look forward to reaching them. Keep climbing safe, smart, and strong


jmanner

Nice!
08/11/2017 19:38
That first photo is pretty insane and this is yet another great trip report. Thanks for the write up! It's always a treat to read your reports.


Jay521

Really Nice!
08/14/2017 13:28
What jmanner said - that first photo is VERY insane. By my calcs, you did about 25 miles and 10K vert. An easy couple days for you. And had I attempted that, I would have been hauled out on a stretcher.

A very, very fine report, my friend!


dillonsarnelli

thanks
08/15/2017 08:21
Doug - I'm just glad someone reads them! Hope you're healing up while doing a little 2018 trip planning.

Kevin - I'm gonna throw that alive question right back at ya! Alive and well man! Miller is too stubborn to change his screen name. Can't wait for college football, but at the same time that means the year is going way too fast man. November 4th is the end of a 3 game stretch - Michigan, Ohio State in Columbus, MSU in E. Lansing. Brutal. Keep me posted. Hope you and Sarah are both still romping around out there.

Sayre - Thanks! You too. Keep up the good work in the Park and enjoy the rest of the summer. It's a great place.

Manner - #######Thanks man! Not being a fan of that loose crape either, I'll tell you that ledge, although narrow, is probably the safest part of that mountain. Hope the summer has been good so far and hopefully see you one of these days soon!

Jay - haha! Thanks. You do that in your sleep and just don't tell us. It's 2017. I'm due for a Jay521 spotting before the end of the year!

Thanks again all. I need to get back to writing some reports. Enjoy the rest of August!


nyker

Good pics
08/15/2017 22:57
Rough terrain there, nice job.
Your last photo could be on a magazine cover.


Presto

Beautiful ...
08/17/2017 09:04
So much to like about this trip report ... 4-wheelin' off I-70 (d*mn those scooter-riding-bank-robbers-trying-to-use-I70-as-an-escape-route) ... awesome photos (yeah, well if you can't get a great photo in the Maroon Bells wilderness - just sayin' ) ... stellar beer selection (yes, that is a "priority" ) ... where's the pringles, LH? ... camping above treeline (always my preference) ... 8 million people down there and 2 up here (that's the perfect ratio) ... no helmet for helmut ("we don't need no stinkin' helmet" ) ... sphincter-clinching exposure (even if just briefly, that'll add spice to any climb ). Thanks for posting. Happy trails!


dannyg23

late to the game
08/17/2017 14:03
Most excellent pictures. Still got you down for Achonee my man.


dillonsarnelli

thanks 2
08/23/2017 12:33
nyker - rough and loose - thanks man!

Presto - what a great comment. haha. thanks for reading it!! Hope you're doing well. Been a long time!

Gilbert - thanks buddy - Winter Achonee! Is your brother Logan coming?



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