Ascent of Old Mike Peak on 2007-09-15
|Others in Party:||Garret Robinson|
|Date:||Saturday, September 15, 2007|
|Ascent Type:||Successful Summit Attained|
|Peak:||Old Mike Peak|
| Location:||USA-New Mexico|
| Elevation:||13113 ft / 3996 m|
Ascent Trip ReportI went on this trip with my son Garret. We left on Sept. 14, 2007. We went through the town of Red River and arrived at the Wheeler Wilderness parking area. We hiked 5 1/2 miles, to the end of Sawmill Creek, with full backpacks. We set up our base camp in a forested area at the very end of the stream. The next morning we left early to conquer 4 mountain peaks. We used our GPS and headed to the top of Taos Cone. We had to pass through the "forest of fallen trees." It was an obstacle course to reach a clearing near the cone. Finally we were out and made Taos Cone, 12,240 feet. We headed towards Red Dome, when we were met with gun shots. We did not know we had crossed over into the Taos Indian Reservation. (Maybe a few signs?) We went back to talk. The Indian Reservation rangers gave us their card and said it would be OK to visit the peaks. We then did Red Dome, 12,661 feet, followed by the third highest peak in NM, Old Mike Peak, 13,113 feet, then over to Simpson Peak, 12976 feet. We then had to make the return trip to our base camp which included re-climbing some peaks. It was one of the hardest single day hikes we both have been done. We hiked 10 1/2 miles over a 9 hour and 15 minute time period. Sunday the 16th we packed up and headed back to the parking area. Beautiful country and beautiful vistas! We hiked a total of 21.6 miles for the 3 days.
|Summary Total Data|
| Elevation Gain:||513 ft / 155 m|
| Route Conditions:||Maintained Trail, Unmaintained Trail, Open Country, Bushwhack|
| Gear Used:||Tent Camp|
| Elevation Gain:||513 ft / 155 m|
| Extra Loss:||61 ft / 18 m|
| Route:||Wheeler Parking up Sawmill Creek up Eastern Ridge|
| Trailhead:||Red Dome 12661 ft / 3859 m|
|Ascent Part of Trip: Saw Mill Creek Base (2 nights total away from roads)|
Complete Trip Sequence:
|GPS Data for Ascent/Trip|
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