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Access Issue: Please respect the mining claims in this area. Details

Description

Quandary Peak is a 14er that is prone to wind, avalanches, rock fall, and goats. Most of the climbs are located above 12,000 feet.

Getting There

Take CO Hwy 9 up Hoosier Pass to County RD 850. County RD 850 takes you along the south side of Quandary Peak up to Blue Lakes. Take a right off of County RD 850 onto County RD 851 takes you around the north side of Quandary up McCullough Gulch.

6 Total Climbs

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Classic Climbing Routes at McCullough Gulch

Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes in this area.
WI3 M3
 4
Claim Jumper
Trad, Mixed, Ice, Alpine 2 pitches
M2-3 Steep Snow R
 3
Noxious Fumes
Trad, Mixed, Snow, Alpine
M2-3 Steep Snow
 4
The Canary Couloir
Trad, Mixed, Snow, Alpine
Steep Snow
 3
Tommy Knocker
Trad, Snow, Alpine
Steep Snow
 6
Quandary Couloir
Trad, Snow, Alpine
Route Name Location Star Rating Difficulty Date
Claim Jumper
 4
WI3 M3 Trad, Mixed, Ice, Alpine 2 pitches
Noxious Fumes
 3
M2-3 Steep Snow R Trad, Mixed, Snow, Alpine
The Canary Couloir
 4
M2-3 Steep Snow Trad, Mixed, Snow, Alpine
Tommy Knocker
 3
Steep Snow Trad, Snow, Alpine
Quandary Couloir
 6
Steep Snow Trad, Snow, Alpine
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