Elevation: 8,922 ft
GPS: 39.219, -105.412 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Furthermore on Sep 20, 2018 · Updates
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

Description

This obscure granite dome is nestled deep up Goose Creek. It currently offer easy, adventurous and enjoyable trad routes with potential for many harder lines (especially the east face). The view from the summit is one of the best in the state as it overlooks on hundreds of smaller granite formations in the valley. The climbing involves crack or slab climbing on well-featured Pike's Peak granite. Perhaps the only downside to these formations is the long approach (~5-6 miles one-way). On the plus note, you can expect solitude on these climbs.

Getting There

To reach Point 9,300, start from the Goose Creek Trailhead, and hike 4.5 miles north on the Goose Creek Trail. Search for a faint trail leading west (approximately at 39.2156, -105.3972). Follow this faint trail as it descends towards Reservoir Gulch. Cross Reservoir Gulch, and hike up and over a small hill (trail is somewhat existent to the top of the hill) to Lost Creek. The willows at Lost Creek are atrocious. Bushwhack across the creek to reach the base of Point 9,300.

The approximate summits coordinates are: 39.2192, -105.4118.

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