Elevation: 11,149 ft
GPS: 43.43, -109.623 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Eli Boardman on Jul 2, 2018
Admins: Mike Snyder, Taylor Spiegelberg, Jake Dickerson
Access Issue: Petroglyphs and Private Land Details

Description

Whiskey Mountain is a gentle 11,157-foot summit in the heart of the Far Northern Winds. Its southwest slopes hold a variety of high-quality granite spires, blocks, boulders, and walls. This area will be a conglomerate of several independent features on the south side of Whiskey Mountain. There has been little climbing in this remote region in the past.

For climbs on the north slope of Whiskey Mountain, see the area "Whiskey Creek."

Note: this area is a worthwhile stop on the way to or from Terrapin Wall.

Getting There

From Highway 287, follow County Road 411 to its end at the Trail Lake Trailhead. The shortest approach takes the Whiskey Mountain Trail from this trailhead. Alternate approaches can be made from Whiskey Creek, the Wasson Fork, or the Ross Lakes Region.

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