Double Baldy with a side of Redondo
ElevationAscent: 4,344' 1,324 m
Descent: -4,343' -1,324 m
High: 12,491' 3,807 m
Low: 10,306' 3,141 m
GradeAvg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 28% (16°)
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“A massive hike over a big mountain on fabulous singletrack trails.”— Peter Olson
A little over 6 miles from the start you'll find yourself at a high mountain pass/saddle (Windy Pass) with the big mountain looming to your left (north). Follow the steep and rocky Santa Fe Baldy to Redondo Peak Ridgeline trail to the top. From the top look at the lake down below off to the right or east.
As you gaze north, spot the exposed outcrop that is Redondo Peak about 3 miles north along the obvious ridge. Hike there following the ridgeline. There are fragments of a trail, but it is fairly easy to follow the ridge top. Once you get to the top of Redondo turn around and head back the way you came, or just before the summit of Baldy veer east and head down to Lake Kathrine. From here you can pick up the Winsor National Recreation Trail again and follow it back up to Puerto Nambe (Windy Pass) and then back on the Winsor National Recreation Trail to the start.
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