Sphinx Mountain, Madison County, Montana

August 3, 2009 at 1:29 pm 2 comments

Summit Cheeseburger atop The Sphinx
Cheeseburger atop Sphinx Mountain

WOTboy and samh got after it this weekend, accomplishing two cheeseburger summits in two different mountain ranges. First, the trip report from Sphinx Mountain in Madison County, Montana.

Friday Night: Leave Bozeman, arrive at Bear Cr. trailhead, hike an hour and a half to the Helmet/Sphinx saddle, make camp.

Saturday Morning: Awake, make coffee and granola, shoulder daypack, climb class II and III for two hours, attain summit of Sphinx Mountain, and consume cheeseburgers.

Saturday Afternoon: Descend, hike out, attend BBQ with friends in Bozeman and make plans to summit Ross Peak the following day.

Sunday Morning: Ross Peak Summit Cheeseburger Trip report to follow.

The Madison Range
Sphinx Mountain as seen from the Madison River Valley

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Entry filed under: Montana Summits.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. sirloinofbeef  |  August 5, 2009 at 4:35 pm

    Nice summit cairn on Shpinx Mountain.

    sirloinofbeef

    Reply
  • 2. samh  |  August 5, 2009 at 4:36 pm

    Yeah, whoever left that cheeseburger there for us to photograph sure was nice.

    Reply

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