Mountaineering - Climbing Humphreys Peak on Monday, June 10

Humphreys Peak is the highest natural point in Arizona, with an elevation of 12,637 feet (3,852 m). It is located within 11 miles (17.7 km) north of Flagstaff and 2 hours from Phoenix.

I'm looking to assemble a group of men to meet on Sunday night for an early morning climb Monday morning. The total climb will take 7 hours. The summit should have a little snow on it, and will be windy.

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