Peak(s):  French Mtn - 13,940 feet
Frasco BM - 13,876 feet
Date Posted:  08/04/2017
Date Climbed:   07/08/2017
Author:  mattpayne11
 French Mountain and Frasco Benchmark - two hidden Collegiate 13ers   

Only 10 Centennials to go.
I enjoyed French and Frasco. Great hikes, very peaceful.
Trip Report includes link to GPS file and about 20 photos.
If you are looking for an easy day in the Collegiates, this one is for you.

Full Trip Report is HERE. Enjoy. Thanks!

Image
Casco from French

My GPS Tracks on Google Maps (made from a .GPX file upload):




Thumbnails for uploaded photos (click to open slideshow):
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Comments or Questions
Jay521
User
Wow
08/04/2017 15:09
My pictures of these two sure didn't turn out near as good as yours. But then my pictures never do look as good as yours. Very, very nice report!


mattpayne11
User
Thanks man
08/04/2017 15:37
Thanks Jay - appreciate your comments, always enjoy getting them!


kaiman
User
Ahhh
08/04/2017 17:37
French, Frasco, and Casco, three of my favorite Sawatch Centennials. Nice trip report and great pictures! Makes me want to get back into that area again soon...

Kai


Trotter
User
agree
08/05/2017 18:48
great photos, but looks like you are cheating with photoshop

beautiful area for sure



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