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For information on climbing Snowmass Mountain, see Gerry’s guidebook,
Colorado’s Fourteeners.
For information on climbing Hagerman Peak and Snowmass Peak,
see Gerry and Jennifer’s guidebook,
Colorado’s Thirteeners.

Snowmass Mountain – 14,092 feet

Rugged and remote, Snowmass reigns as one of Colorado’s most spectacular Fourteeners.
Snowmass Mountain, Hagerman Peak and Snowmass Peak seen from Treasure Mountain to the south on 8/10/03 Left to right: Snowmass Mountain, Hagerman Peak, Snowmass Peak

You can see Snowmass Mountain’s S Ridge winding down toward Lead King Basin, and the West Face Route ascends the slope on the left

Gerry took this photo from Treasure Mountain to the south on 8/10/03
Snowmass Mountain from Lead King Basin Snowmass Mountain from Lead King Basin in May, 1971

The S Ridge is in the center, and the West Face Route ascends the slope on the left

Gerry took this photo in May, 1971
The Snowmass massif from the northeast The Snowmass massif from the northeast

Lower left to upper right: Snowmass Lake, Snowmass Peak, Hagerman Peak, Snowmass Mountain, “North Snowmass”

You can see the East Slopes Route ascending from Snowmass Lake to the summit

Gerry took this photo on 10/10/99 from the summit of Willoughby Mountain
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