North TenMile Peak

This informal name is because the peak is at the head of North Tenmile Creek. The S face is very prominent from peaks in the area and offers a fine easy descent of about 2000 feet into Polk Creek. I have done this on May 18, 1999, with Janet Jacks and on May 24, 2017, with Henry Gibb. Here is view as one approaches the last section of trees on the S ridge.

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And here Henry Gibb enjoys good conditions as he leaves the summit.

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The east side of this peak is rugged, with some intriguing couloirs.

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