Peak(s):  Hoosier Ridge  -  13,352 feet
Red Mtn C  -  13,229 feet
Date Posted:  05/18/2020
Date Climbed:   05/17/2020
Author:  jasayrevt
Additional Members:   LIV
 Cardio Conditioning and Several More 13er Summits   

Goals: Hoosier Ridge (13,352'), Red Mtn C (13,229')

Date: May 17th, 2020

Trailhead: Hoosier Pass

Approach Selected: Red Mtn C via Hoosier Ridge

Participants: Jason Sayre, CPA, Lisa Carol Veraldi

Approximate Route Specs:

Distance: 11 miles

Elevation Gain: 3,800'+ gain

Class: 2

This qualifies as quite an excellent way to climb two 13er mountains via my indicated breathtaking, nice, and relaxing line. I highly recommend our trip. It is relatively straightforward. But, health-minded City-side training does assist tremendously with completing the hike.

Beautiful Alpine Start
Spectacular Sunrise
Mt. Silverheels
Low Clouds
Summit One
Lisa Finishing Strong
Summit Two
Cornice Navigation
Making our Return
Stunning Afternoon Vista
Topographic Map

Please continue enjoying that Colorado Rockies outdoor mecca, everyone. We truly are fortunate here. I will keep writing useful Beta and Trip Reports as I steadily summit these 13ers. Well done, Lisa Carol Veraldi on a new Front Range peak. Thank you kindly, folks

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Comments or Questions

Nice job
05/18/2020 18:05
I was next door on quandary lol nice hike


Sincerely Appreciated
05/18/2020 18:12
You chose a classic 14er. Nice effort getting Quandary


Nice !
05/18/2020 19:05
We missed that one last year when doing Silverheels. Would love to get that one this summer if I can ever travel again. We need to get there again together Jason and get a few peaks in.


05/18/2020 19:27
Staying contently busy across every facet. Still going strong, too. Know it was cool being part of your Snowmass Finale. Take good care

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