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Live like you were dying.
– Tim McGraw

Cinnamon Mountain B – 12,293 feet

This rotund peak just west of Paradise Divide provides a short, steep hike.
Cinnamon Mountain seen from Slate Creek to the south Cinnamon Mountain seen from Slate Creek to the south

Gerry took this photo on 8/09/03
Cinnamon Mountain seen from Paradise Divide Cinnamon Mountain seen from Paradise Divide

The East Slopes Route follows the sun-shadow line in the center

Gerry took this photo on 8/09/03
Outward Bound students on top of Cinnamon with the Maroon Bells and Pyramid behind Outward Bound students on top of Cinnamon with the Maroon Bells and Pyramid behind

Gerry took this photo in May, 1971

USGS 7.5’ Quadrangles: Oh Be Joyful, Snowmass Mtn.

East Slopes – 1.0 miles RT, 973 feet net & total, Class 2-
This is the easiest route on Cinnamon Mountain. Start at the Paradise Divide Trailhead next to the beginning of the Yule Pass Trail. Don’t follow the Yule Pass Trail, but climb north on a use trail for 200 yards. Leave the use trail, and dodging bushes as needed, climb west-northwest up steepening grass and scree slopes to the summit.
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