Mounts Belford and Oxford from Missouri Gulch

Trip Date:Jul-14-2000
Trailhead Name:Missouri Gulch
Trailhead Elevation:9,640 Feet
Elevation Gain:5,900 Feet
Route Name:West Slope/Ridge
Round Trip Length:10.0 Miles
Trip Duration:10h 00m
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Mount Belford

Elevation:14,197 Feet Mount Belford
Rank:18th of 54
Range:Sawatch

Mount Oxford

Elevation:14,153 Feet Mount Oxford
Rank:27th of 54
Range:Sawatch
Mt. Belford (Elev. 14,197 ft) from our campsite at 5:30am. Here we are preparing for the trip. Here is Mike purifying some water in a stream.
Mt. Belford (Elev. 14,197 ft) from our campsite at 5:30am. Here we are preparing for the trip. Here is Mike purifying some water in a stream.
A look at the false summit from the trail. Mt. Elbert (Elev. 14,433 ft) - Colorado's highest - in mid-frame. Peck's Peak (Elev. 13,270 ft) and the CFI trail.
A look at the false summit from the trail. Mt. Elbert (Elev. 14,433 ft) - Colorado's highest - in mid-frame. Peck's Peak (Elev. 13,270 ft) and the CFI trail.
The summit dome of Mt. Belford. The summit survey marker for Belford. Brian's 16th summit too.
The summit dome of Mt. Belford. The summit survey marker for Belford. Brian's 16th summit too.
Mt. Harvard (Elev. 14,420 ft) from the col. Looking back at Belfords' summit from the col. Brian poses with Mt. Harvard as a backdrop.
Mt. Harvard (Elev. 14,420 ft) from the col. Looking back at Belfords' summit from the col. Brian poses with Mt. Harvard as a backdrop.
The survey marker for Mt. Oxford. Snowmass Mountain (Elev. 14,092 ft) - the all white one. Mike on the summit of Oxford.
The survey marker for Mt. Oxford. Snowmass Mountain (Elev. 14,092 ft) - the all white one. Mike on the summit of Oxford.
A marmot we met at the summit. Brian on Mt. Oxford. Mt. Oxford (Elev. 14,153 ft) from Mt. Belford.
A marmot we met at the summit. Brian on Mt. Oxford. Mt. Oxford (Elev. 14,153 ft) from Mt. Belford.
Missouri Mountain (Elev. 14,067 ft) which Mike also climbed. Another future climb: Huron Peak (Elev. 14,005 ft.) Looking down on our campsite (small yellow object).
Missouri Mountain (Elev. 14,067 ft) which Mike also climbed. Another future climb: Huron Peak (Elev. 14,005 ft.) Looking down on our campsite (small yellow object).