Peak(s):  Castle Peak  -  14,274 feet
Conundrum Peak  -  14,037 feet
Date Posted:  03/10/2016
Date Climbed:   03/05/2016
Author:  jbchalk
Additional Members:   SnowAlien, Summit Lounger
 Castle & Conundrum in Winter   

I just wanted to post a link to a little write-up I did over on our site about our nice jaunt up into Montezuma Basin this past Saturday. Been awhile for me since I had been back there and it was a great day with Natalie & Greg up high in the Elks.

Castle & Conundrum in Winter

If you check it out, hope you enjoy.

Thanks for reading.





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Comments or Questions
Another nice one.
03/10/2016 08:44
Your reports are always stellar, Brandon. Love the pic of you and Rainier - He IS the better looking one in that photo, BTW. (smile)

03/10/2016 10:12
"We topped out only to find Greg lounging at the top"
Yup, that about sums it up... But at least we beat him down to the car by at least an hour! Thanks a bunch for the company to both of you, it was so much less scary and way quicker than last time I was there. March grid slot on Castle gotta count for something

Thanks, Jay & Nat
03/14/2016 14:54
Yes, Rainier has always and will always be better looking than myself. Yes, skiing out was def the way to go and glad we beat Greg at least on the descent

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