Week in Review: June 9-15
Monday, June 9th
PM—4 Miles—0:32—0’—Orrick Roads
Tuesday, June 10th
Wednesday, June 11th
Thursday, June 12th
AM—9.5 Miles—1:49—2,600’—Green Mountain
Up Bear Canyon and down Ranger/Gregory.
Friday, June 13th
AM—8 Miles—2:30—2,900’—Estes Cone (11,007’)
Easy effort up/down with Matt Trappe. Really windy.
PM—5 Miles—1:40—1,450—RMNP Hiking for Photos
Saturday, June 14th
AM—4.5 Miles—1:40—1,300’—RMNP Hiking for Photos
PM—4.5 Miles—1:00—800’—RMNP and Lily Lake Hiking for Photos
Sunday, June 15th
AM—5 Miles—2:00—600’—RMNP Hiking
PM—7.5 Miles—2:00—2,700’—Twin Sisters (11,428’)
Easy up and down. Really windy at the saddle.
Time— 13 hours 12 minutes
Elevation Gain— 12,350 feet
Week in Review: June 2-8
Monday, June 2nd
AM—6 Miles—2:29—2,500’—Green Mountain
Up 2nd Flatiron/NE Ridge and down Ranger/Gregory. Really easy effort in anticipation of tomorrow’s snow climb.
Tuesday, June 3rd
AM—14.5 Miles—4:20—2,350’—Apache Peak Bailout
David and I tried to get up the Queen’s Way on Apache Peak, but crappy snow conditions and a late start led us to turn around.
Wednesday, June 4th
PM—3 Miles—0:22—0’—Orrick Roads
Thursday, June 5th
PM—2 Miles—0:15—250’—Weidinger Ranch Roads
Friday, June 6th
AM—16 Miles—2:06—700’—Highway 63
I honestly have no idea no road cyclists get any joy with cars whizzing past at 70 MPH…
Saturday, June 7th
AM—1.5 Miles—0:11—50’—Columbia, MO Roads
Sunday, June 8th
PM—2 Miles—0:15—0’—Orrick Roads
Time— 10 hours 01 minutes
Elevation Gain— 5,850 feet
Week in Review: May 26 – June 1
Monday, May 26th
AM—10 Miles—1:26—700’—Creek Path
From Settlers Park to the end, twice.
Tuesday, May 27th
AM—3 Miles—1:51—1,900’—2nd Flatiron (x2)
One super mellow lap and one 15 minute lap.
Wednesday, May 28th
AM—9 Miles—3:01—3,800’—Flagstaff Mountain, Green Mountain, and 2nd Flatiron
David and I went out for a lap of Flagstaff and Green. Then we parted ways and I headed up for a hot, sweaty trip up the 2nd.
Thursday, May 29th
AM—11 Miles—2:53—4,200’—Green Mountain (x2) and Flagstaff Mountain
I took an easy ascent up the backside of Green before descending the frontside on shitty legs. I didn’t seem to have much energy at all. Shortly after the new ladder installment on Saddlerock I ran into JV and Juerek and felt obligated to joint them for another trip to the summit. My legs started to feel a little better this time around. We descending the West Ridge and Long Canyon before heading over to the summit of Flagstaff. I was glad to finally have some decent energy in my legs for the trip down.
Friday, May 30th
AM—3.6 Miles—0:30—100’—Bike Paths
Saturday, May 31st
PM—5.5 Miles—1:09—1,400’—Flagstaff Mountain (x2)
Sunday, June 1st
AM—2.5 Miles—0:29—550’—Panorama Point
Time— 11 hours 21 minutes
Elevation Gain— 12,650 feet