Abineau & Rees Peaks & Peak 11,783 • San Francisco Peaks
• Kachina Wilderness
• Coconino County

Hiking up Abineau Canyon

Now at the high road, looking north. The cliff barely seen on the horizon is the north rim of the Grand Canyon

Looking up at the ridge. Abineau Peak is to the left, Humphreys to the right, partially hiden

Humphreys Peak as we near the ridge

Abineau Peak as seen from Peak 11783

Fall colors in the Inner Basin, with Doyle Peak in back

Doyle and Fremont Peaks with more fall colors

Agassiz and Humphreys Peaks from the summit of Abineau Peak

Kendrick Peak

Rees Peak as seen from Abineau's summit. O'Leary Peak is also visible

Rees Peak

Humphreys and Abineau Peaks from Rees Peak

Doyle and Fremont Peaks

The aspens were glowing today!

Rees Peak and lots of aspens

Rees & Abineau Peaks

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Date: September 30, 2017 • Elevation: 11,838 feet (Abineau), 11,474 feet (Rees), 11,783 feet (Peak 11783) • Prominence: 198 feet (Abineau), 194 feet (Rees), 40 feet (Peak 11783) • Distance: 10 miles • Time: 8 hours and 30 minutes • Gain: 3,500 feet • Conditions: Sunny, breezy, cold at first, nicer later • Teammates: Scott Peavy & Matthias Stender

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