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Cabin in the Woods.  No running water, but there is a camp shower and electricity.  Microwave and refrig. to heat up hot dogs and cool down beer.
Cabin in the Woods. No running water, but there i...
Camp.  Very nice spot.  Huge herd of Elk.  Unfortunately no fishing.  Lakes are very shallow and freeze to the bottom.
Camp. Very nice spot. Huge herd of Elk. Unfortu...
Crag in wilderness area.  Highly featured granite.  Situated at 11,000 plus feet.  Untouched.  1 pitch.
Crag in wilderness area. Highly featured granite....
Bigger Crag. Bomber granite. 11,000 feet plus. 2 or 3 pitches.  Do those seams take pro?  The only way to find out is to climb up to them.
Bigger Crag. Bomber granite. 11,000 feet plus. 2 o...
More Crag.
More Crag.
Bird's eye view (from the crags) of the valley with the excellent campsites. Located @10,700 feet in elevation.  There is no trail to this area, but the bushwack is not bad.
Bird's eye view (from the crags) of the valley wit...
Camping spot views.
Camping spot views.
View to the south on a beautiful fall day
View to the south on a beautiful fall day
End of crag.
End of crag.
On the trail to Crags
On the trail to Crags
Trailhead.
Trailhead.
Mud Lakes and Meridian Hill in the distance.
Mud Lakes and Meridian Hill in the distance.