Eagle Pass Mountain to Mount Copeland
In mid-August, I am planning a 3 day trip to traverse from Eagle Pass Mountain to Mount Copeland and, possibly, Derickson Peak. I have read a fair number of trip reports/posts about Eagle Pass Mountain in the forum. Some posts mention the possibility of traversing to Mount Copeland; however, I can't find any firsthand accounts. In one of my guide books, it says that the terrain between Eagle Pass Mountain and Mount Copeland is more difficult than it appears (e.g., boulder fields and sheer cliffs). However, the author states that he doesn't have any reliable reports from the area. Based on google earth, it looks like a fairly straightforward hike. Can anyone offer any insight?