Peak(s):  Engelmann Peak  -  13,362 feet
Robeson Peak  -  13,140 feet
Date Posted:  06/17/2021
Date Climbed:   06/16/2021
Author:  alexhenes
Additional Members:   kristihen
 Engelmann via Robeson's NW Ridge   

Trailhead: Urad Mine
Distance: 7 miles
Elevation Gain: 3300ft
Duration: 3.5hrs
Rating: Class 2

A relatively gentle hike within an hour of Denver.

The key to having fun on this peak is to stay out of Engelmann's gullys unless there is snow to climb or glissade.

If you are looking for a longer day in this zone, looping up Engelmann with Bard, Parnassus and Woods is a nice option.

Full Report and route finding suggestions: Engelmann via Robeson on Merely a Flesh Wound

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
Nice report & photos
06/18/2021 11:59
Looks like less snow than I would have expected. I've already done Bard, Parnassus, and Woods but your suggestion makes make think of repeating them with Englemann and Robeson.

Cool Loop
06/18/2021 19:23
Yeah... Englemann to Woods from Urad looks like a pretty nice day! Hope to see you out again this summer!

06/19/2021 15:58
Did the route today and used your GPX file. It was a blast! The ridge had some great views and the route was easy to follow.

You Bet!
06/19/2021 20:12
Glad I didn't get you lost hahaha!!!

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