– Lat/Long: 43.18° N 109.65° W

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Gannett Peak

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Gannett Peak

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Gannett Peak via Dinwoody photo

Gannett Peak

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  • Elevation: 4207 m
  • Difficulty: Scramble
  • Best months to climb: July, August, September
  • Convenient center: Pinedale, Wyoming

Gannett Peak Climbing Notes

Darrell Harding from UNITED STATES writes:

My daughter, Sarah, and I made the summit on 9-14-18, on a nice sunny day. We meet Chris and Matt from Tennessee at the summit, two very competent climbers, so we down climbed with them and combined ropes for longer rappels on the Gooseneck. Chris and Matt came via the Glacier Trial and we came via Titcomb Basin. We reached the top of Dinwoody Pass at 1:30 am so we spent a cold windy night at the top of Dinwoody pass and then climbed down to our tents in Titcomb basin at first light. 26 hours from leaving our tents to returning to our tents.


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