Mount Antero from Baldwin Gulch

Trip Date:Oct-02-1999
Trailhead Name:Baldwin Gulch 4WD
Trailhead Elevation:11,000 Feet
Elevation Gain:3,270 Feet
Route Name:West Slopes
Round Trip Length:11.0 Miles
Trip Duration:5h 30m
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Mount Antero

Elevation:14,269 Feet Mount Antero
Rank:10th of 54
Range:Sawatch
Mike and Brian at the Baldwin Creek (Elev. 10,840 ft.) trailhead. Mike framed by Boulder Mountain. Our final goal: Mt. Antero (Elev. 14,269 ft.) and the rocky south ridge.
Mike and Brian at the Baldwin Creek (Elev. 10,840 ft.) trailhead. Mike framed by Boulder Mountain. Our final goal: Mt. Antero (Elev. 14,269 ft.) and the rocky south ridge.
Mt. Shavano (Elev. 14,229 ft.) peeks up from behind Mt. Tabeguache (Elev. 14,155 ft.). One of the boulder fields to cross to reach the summit. The rocky south ridge and Mt. Antero.
Mt. Shavano (Elev. 14,229 ft.) peeks up from behind Mt. Tabeguache (Elev. 14,155 ft.). One of the boulder fields to cross to reach the summit. The rocky south ridge and Mt. Antero.
The summit log attached to the summit rocks. Boulder Mountain (Elev. 13,528 ft.) and Baldwin Gulch. You can see the jeep trail at the bottom of the picture. Mt. Princeton (Elev. 14,197 ft.) and Tigger Peak (right). We climbed both peaks a couple of weeks ago.
The summit log attached to the summit rocks. Boulder Mountain (Elev. 13,528 ft.) and Baldwin Gulch. You can see the jeep trail at the bottom of the picture. Mt. Princeton (Elev. 14,197 ft.) and Tigger Peak (right). We climbed both peaks a couple of weeks ago.
Brian at the summit. Looking down on the truck parked at over 12,000 feet. The summit log we signed at the top.
Brian at the summit. Looking down on the truck parked at over 12,000 feet. The summit log we signed at the top.
Mike and Steve finish the final pitch to the summit. Mike at the summit of Mt. Antero. Steve at the summit. This is his 14th peak!
Mike and Steve finish the final pitch to the summit. Mike at the summit of Mt. Antero. Steve at the summit. This is his 14th peak!