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Note: G&M notates as UN 13300 C.
UN 13,300 C is a pleasant Class 2 hike typical to this part of the San Juan Mountains. Vehicle access to the trailhead by way of the North Fork of Henson Creek to Mary Alice Creek is best accomplished with 4WD and good clearance or 2WD with well above average clearance. This summit is sequenced with UN 13,201 and both offer unparalleled views of Wetterhorn and Coxcomb as well as a host of other high summits in this remote section of the San Juans. From the summit of UN 13,300 C, you have a bird's eye view of the final summit pitch on Wetterhorn.