Mount Adams

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Mount Adams is the third highest peak of the Cascade range, just behind Mount Rainier (14,410 feet; 4,392 meters) and Mount Shasta (14,162 feet; 4,317 meters). Located about 45 miles south of Mount Rainier. Adams is an ancient, inactive volcano. Its snow capped cone is moderately eroded, and the eastern and western slopes of the mountain drop more suddenly than do the northern and southern slopes. The normal route ascends the mountain on the southern slope. The position of Mount Adams on the eastern side of the Cascades shelters it from the extremely heavy rainfall of the western side. This combined with its overall ease of access in the Mount Adams Wilderness Area combine to make it a popular ascent. (The following is a new posting by Darryl Lloyd 3/6/01) Based on recent USGS studies (1997), Mount Adams' most recent eruptions were about 1,000 years ago, consisting of localized ashfalls and a couple of half-mile-long lava flows high on Suksdorf and Battlement Ridges. Most of the mountain above timberline was constructed during the last part of the Ice Age, between 35,000 years and 10,000 years ago. It will "assuredly erupt again," according to Dr. Wes Hildreth of the USGS.

Elevation (feet): 12,276
Elevation (meters): 3,741
Continent: North America
Country: United States
Range/Region: Cascade Range
State: Washington
Latitude: 46.2028
Longitude: -121.489
Difficulty: Basic Snow/Ice Climb
Best months for climbing: May, Jun, Jul, Aug
Year first climbed: 1854
First successful climber(s): B.F. Shaw, E.J. Allen, A.G. Aiken, A.J. Burge
Nearest major airport: Portland, Oregon
Convenient Center: Trout Lake, Washington

Trip Reports

NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name

There are 113 trip reports for Mount Adams.

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  • Log #22386 - by hello on June 24, 2013
    Climbed the North Ridge Route. I don't think this route is climbed often, so if you want solitude this is it. Started on the Killen Creek trail and camped below the Adams Glacier on the north side of...
  • Log #22238 - by alaskaflygal on Aug 24, 2011
    August 21, 2011....Beautiful bluebird day....couldn't ask for more spectacular views!! My first "Big Girl" Summit with my husband, who, achieved his second summit of Mt. Adams!! It was a wonderful...
  • Log #22237 - by Irishmtnclimber on Aug 24, 2011
    9/29/2010- Solo 1 day climb from Cold Springs, summit, return to Cold Springs, alone on the summit and only 2 people on the mountain- awesome! 8/21/2011- Summit via South Spur route with my wife,...
  • Log #21844 - by darco on Dec 29, 2009
    We climbed the Mazama glacier(east) Starting from cold springs campground to Sunrise. There we roped and geared up and walked on to the glacier,we needed to stay on the right because of a huge...
  • Log #21423 - by Johanna Nakayama on Sep 07, 2008
    Very long strenous one day hike/climb. 2 day hike with overnight at lunch counter recommended. Easy to get lost on the descend. Crampons and ice axe a must.
  • Log #21200 - by Dean Nester on Feb 25, 2008
    Another great trip up Adams' South Route. Went with Bill Jason and we had excellent weather. 14th time for me.
  • Log #20842 - by Mike Lakotish on June 23, 2007
    I climbed Adams during a seminar with Internation Mountain Guides with the idea of doing Denali. I underestimated this one. The adams glacier is some spectacular climbing. I'll never forget crossing...
  • Log #18937 - by Ian Hutchinson on Nov 14, 2006
    Soft snow, perfect weather, long day of scrambling.
  • Log #6554 - by James Pemberton on Oct 07, 2004
    Fantastic climb with views over the cascades from Baker in the north to Sisters in the south. Unfortunatly St Helens didn't erupt!
  • Log #6555 - by Karl T on Aug 22, 2004
    Summited via the South Spur in one day. Started at Cold Springs campground (5500 ft) with climbing partner Grant at 1:00 AM. Perfect weather under a full moon and clear skies. Made the summit in...
  • Log #6556 - by Rich and Susan Patton on Aug 22, 2004
    Went up the standard South Climb Route. My wife and my first time above 10,000 ft. This was a great start to a great week. I summited Rainier on Friday 8/20.
  • Log #6557 - by Greg Stamp on Aug 16, 2004
    The first Summit for Tasha and I, but just the most recent for our guide Greg Graham. A few showers kept us company on the way up to the Lunch Counter where we camped down and sat in awe of the task...
  • Log #6558 - by Paul Coverick & Jack Ethridge on Aug 15, 2004
    What a beautiful summit day it was. Climbed via the South Spur route. Enjoyed the steep climb up the cornice, which is the highest point visible from the south. The scree climb just below the summit...
  • Log #6559 - by Douglas Adams on July 31, 2004
    "WOW I climb my own mountian". We had so much fun and even if my brother had leg cramps it was a memory I'll always have and feel good about. Yep leg cramps altough many people say this is...
  • Log #6560 - by Barbara Worthington on July 27, 2004
    Awesome day for this awesome mountain!
  • Log #6561 - by Karen L. Worthington on July 27, 2004
    This was my first mountain climb! In attendance was my sister, her first as well, and friend Brian, who is an experienced climber. Brian was an excellent guide and instructor! After some struggling...
  • Log #6562 - by Dean Nester on July 15, 2004
    Great trip up the standard South route. Left Cold Creek trailhead at 4:30am and summited at 9:45am. The morning was cool and made climbing very injoyable. Summit was calm and clear.
  • Log #6563 - by Jon LeBre on July 12, 2004
    My first peak. Camped the night before at the Cold Springs Trailhead (South Route). Took off at 5:30 AM, summitted at 1:00 PM. Great glissading conditions for the 2,000 ft from Pikers to Lunch...
  • Log #6564 - by Edward Petersen on July 12, 2004
    Great climb, accomplished in one day, which was pretty intense. Would suggest staying at the "lunch counter" for the night and enjoying the beautiful view if you're there during a great...
  • Log #6565 - by John Gomes on July 11, 2004
    Reached the Trout Lake campsite the night before to complete the climb in a single day. Camped there to start of at 3:30am. Took a long 8 hours to walk up to the summit!! Was an awesome feeling as it...
  • Log #6566 - by Jake Decoto on May 15, 2004
    Didn't start until 9:00 a.m. after a long drive from Yakima, took 7 hours up and 3 down. Crampons or poles would have been very helpful as we had to scramble up rocks to avoid slipping around on the...
  • Log #6567 - by Tom Carl on Apr 29, 2004
    Climbed dog route with Earthcorps group. Friend Colin and I drove to the campsite at 5600ft, and started hiking at 4am. Summitted at around 10am. No need for the crampons that day, but the ice axe...
  • Log #6568 - by Brian Jenkins on Mar 05, 2004
    climbed with friend Miles on his birthday, clouds rolled in on Pikers Peak and had no views, never took axe out or put crampons on, long slog
  • Log #6569 - by Susan Miller on Nov 26, 2003
    The view was fantastic from the top. Headed up at 6:30 am and summited at noon , the ice slab below pikers was a blast to ascend. Got back at 6:30 pm. A great mountain for training.
  • Log #6570 - by Dwight Sims on Nov 05, 2003
    Had 6 days of cloudless skies in the Cascades. Beautiful time.
  • Log #6571 - by Brad A on Oct 04, 2003
    solo climb was a great climb recommend anyone that wants a good beginner mountaineering experience to climb this volcano easy climb
  • Log #6572 - by Drew Elam on Aug 25, 2003
    I came down a different man from when I went up!
  • Log #6573 - by Dustin on Aug 13, 2003
    Myself and three other former division I track and field athletes (400 hurdlers) started on the south climb @ 5:00 a.m. Planning trip on a full moon is recommended. Almost needed sunglasses before...
  • Log #6574 - by Heidi Kneller on Aug 04, 2003
    (South Climb Route) Great hike, great weather, long day. Headwall up to false summit has icy patches - was glad I had my axe. Access road is in excellent condition.
  • Log #6575 - by Matt Lilley on July 27, 2003
    We left at 9:40am from Cold Springs and summitted after only 5 1/2 hrs. of climbing in a single day. Beautiful weather, a great path all along the South Climb route to the summit. I highly recommend...
  • Log #6576 - by Ward Ferguson on July 16, 2003
    Camped at 7800 feet, great stone windbreaks around sites. Got on route at 130 am with a full moon, on the summit by 7:30. Winds were brutal, had to be gusting to 50-60. Cold enough to hurt to breathe.
  • Log #6577 - by Jim Rush on July 04, 2003
    Great summit. First real mountain summited with my son Tom. We have done St. Helens before only.
  • Log #6578 - by Kris Nakanishi on June 21, 2003
    We did it started out with 7 and 4 summited. We had a broken back pack, a sprained ankle, we were lead by a rebel and my face was burnt!! But we had a great time.
  • Log #6579 - by Wade Jackson on Apr 30, 2003
    Camped at 5000'. Departed at 4am and maintained a comfortable pace. False summit and peak were clouded in at 11am, denying any view from the summit at noon. Cloud cover also made it difficult to...
  • Log #6580 - by Scott Patterson on Mar 07, 2003
    The road was snowed in at 3,700 feet. A record snow year.
  • Log #6581 - by Dwi on Nov 25, 2002
    One day climb with my two friends Lukito and Lutfi. Reached Summit in the afternoon. Gusty wind almost blew away a guy standing up on the structure's 'roof'. Back down mostly by glissading.
  • Log #6582 - by David and Ian McLean on Oct 10, 2002
    A beautiful view of Mt. Saint Helens, Mt. Raineer, and the Seven Sisters
  • Log #6583 - by Richard Ashbaugh on Sep 28, 2002
    Took Mazama glacier route. Basic route finding skills are necessary to maneuver around opening crevasses and awareness of rock fall at 9,000' area is necessary. Overall a very good, uncrowded route...
  • Log #6584 - by Tom Tang on Sep 24, 2002
    Accidentally fall 100 ft since I took the chance without crampons on the way down. Ice ax worked just fine as I practiced. Everything else is just great, the view from the top, great weather....
  • Log #6585 - by Brian Phillips on Sep 23, 2002
    Perfect weather, no clouds, 60F at summit, full moon at night; very unusual. Poorly defined routes over scree and morraine after leaving aporoach trail. One group we passed had been lost and were in...
  • Log #6586 - by Mike Mays on Sep 01, 2002
    Mount Adams was supposed to be a pre-climb training trip for climbing partners Jim Richburg and Steve Foster of Montgomery AL, and Dave Meehan of Maryland. I had climbed extensively in Alaska so I...
  • Log #6587 - by Kim Kovacs on Aug 21, 2002
    Climbed to summit from Sunrise Camp. Ascent made more difficult by large "sun pockets" most of the way up. It was a wonderful experience, but pretty demoralizing to reach the false summit...
  • Log #6588 - by Jim Sifferle on Aug 19, 2002
    Climbed south route from Cold Springs in two days with two friends. Saturday we camped on a ridge just above Crescent Glacier at about 8500'. Started at 6:00am Sunday and summited just before noon....
  • Log #6589 - by Andrew Parkman on July 23, 2002
    I went up there with my 28 year old cousin and my 64 year old uncle. We camped the first night at Cold Springs campground. The next day we got to base camp at the lunch counter. There was nobody up...
  • Log #6590 - by James T. Richburg on July 10, 2002
    4 May, instead of driving to Cold Springs camp we are stopped eight miles short by lots of snow. 5 May we make it to Cold Springs after 10 hours of snowshoeing, and reconize the campground only by...
  • Log #6591 - by derek boyden on July 04, 2002
    climbed north cleaver with 6 in party. two goups met at high camp 7300ft. some from kille3n creek trail, tr 113 and some from tr 112. both had alot of snow and the trailheads could not be reached by...
  • Log #6592 - by Jeff Koellermeier on July 03, 2002
    Sitting on the roof of the cabin on top is like sitting on the edge of the world!
  • Log #6593 - by David Johnson on June 28, 2002
    North Ridge Route Camped at 7700 feet, west of n. ridge, near snowmelt stream. Left camp at 3:30 am w/ headlamps up rocky shoulder to ridge. Stayed primarily on east side of ridge to avoid exposure...
  • Log #6594 - by Pete Kreishman on June 26, 2002
    Climbed by the South Spur route. Lots of snow on the ground well into June, so the trip began 3 miles from the South Climb trailhead. Veered off the classic route onto Suskdorf ridge and camped just...
  • Log #6595 - by Adam Gorski on May 20, 2002
    Going to ski down on memorial day and should have a really long run down the south spur. The south spur is a long uphill walk at about a 30 degree angle, with a couple sections at 40 plus degrees...
  • Log #6597 - by Bill Vestal on Feb 11, 2002
    Be in good shape and have good shoes :)
  • Log #6598 - by Bob Lovik on Dec 20, 2001
    Mazama Route (2000) Poses a couple of interesting problems including crossing the bergshrund and a hairy traverse (at least our variation) but quite fun. Southside Route (2001)got lost (i thought my...
  • Log #6599 - by Chris on Sep 27, 2001
    4 hours and 6600 ft to the top. As you can tell, I'm proud of my time. I climbed Rainier 2 days before Adams and was fully acclimated to the altitude. I'm sure people have done it faster.
  • Log #6600 - by Brian Gregan on Sep 24, 2001
    After a late start Friday night, my two partners and I reached the sunrise camp below the Mazama Glacier about 3:45 on Saturday afternoon. We set off shortly there after to set wands through the...
  • Log #6602 - by Mark & Tracy Weinfurter on Sep 23, 2001
    My husband and I were told we didn't need crampons. That was a big mistake. It was cold the night before and the snow was to icy to climb with no crampons safely. So we took the rocks.
  • Log #6603 - by Debbie Call on Sep 04, 2001
    Enjoyed every step of the way to the summit and what a thrill it was glissading down. Absolutely loved the ride!
  • Log #6604 - by Debbie Wixom on Sep 04, 2001
    It was awesome both times! Nice, fun climb with lots of sights. Camp on the mountain, you can reach up and touch the stars.
  • Log #6605 - by Karsten on Aug 30, 2001
    We started at 4:00am from the trailhead and summited at 12:30pm. Perfectly clear, beautiful weather - probably 40 others summited that same day. We could see Raineer, Glacier Peak, Baker and the...
  • Log #6606 - by Mike Friberg on Aug 22, 2001
    Great climb - much better than the white-out we were in last year. Kudos to Josh and Ryan for going from Lunch Counter to peak in 1:45.
  • Log #6607 - by Marty Frost on Aug 21, 2001
    Summited via the north ridge on a beautiful Sunday morning. Difficult, but worth it. Only one other group on the north side, lots of people on south side.
  • Log #6608 - by Tom Breit on Aug 14, 2001
    Did the Adams Glacier route; hiked in via Killen Creek trail and camped at high camp. Summitted in about 6 hours. Descended via the North Ridge. We ran into John Burroughs, the president of Cascade...
  • Log #6609 - by Art McKiernan on July 28, 2001
    On Friday I camped with my son Arthur (14) above lunch counter. It snowed most of the day/night but cleared Saturday morning. There was a strong smell of sulfur from the false summit to true summit....
  • Log #6610 - by Eric D. Smith on July 25, 2001
    Climbed via the Adams Glacier after hiking in from Killen Creek trail and camping at 7650'to wait out severe weather. Tentbound for 36 hours before climbing, descended via North ridge. Tough climb,...
  • Log #6611 - by Jonathan Paul on July 23, 2001
    We made one of the easiest volcano climbs in WA something more difficult than Rainier. Left Seattle Thursday after work, arrived at the trailhead to the South Spur rt around 2am. Summited around...
  • Log #6612 - by Mike Rice on July 23, 2001
    South climb. 7.5 hours up from the Cold Springs parking lot. 3.0 hours down. Great weather.
  • Log #6613 - by Doug S. on July 19, 2001
    Did the South Climb over a Saturday/Sunday trip. Started Saturday afternoon and climbed to the 11,000 foot level, then bivied on the ridge. Started about 7:00 AM the next morning, made the summit in...
  • Log #6614 - by Scott Harder on July 18, 2001
    Left Lunch Counter at 5:30am and had a great trip up, with wonderful conditions and some great sunshine around 615am. Reached the summit around 845am and it looked like we were the first ones up that...
  • Log #6615 - by Tim Thomsen on July 18, 2001
    After overnighting at Lunch Counter, we departed at 5:00 AM and encountered excellent snow conditions for climbing along the South Spur route. Summit was reached in 3 hours and 15 minutes. Glissade...
  • Log #6616 - by John Wang on July 17, 2001
    Climbed via the South Spur Route and slept in 20 degree bag on plastic sheet at Lunch Counter (9,100') before summiting on July 3. Saw numerous skiers, snowboarders, and dogs. Beautiful glissade most...
  • Log #6617 - by Db and Pg on July 14, 2001
    We entered at the round the mountain trail from cold springs. Just prior to the reservation, we shot an azimuth to sunrise camp and went cross country (to avoid Yakima Rez fees). Following morning...
  • Log #6618 - by Andy Johnson on June 01, 2001
    My buddy and I decided to take a different approach. We came in from Killen Creek on the North and climbed via the North (aka Frostbite) Ridge. Long day but summited in one day and bivvied in a cold...
  • Log #6620 - by Peter Bairey on Feb 14, 2001
    The South side route is easiest, and safest. The ski or snowboard descent from the false summit is very nice. Spring and early summer weekends are crowded, it's worth a midweek trip.
  • Log #6621 - by Bonnie Seefeldt and Sylvia Stanley on Jan 28, 2001
    One day climb. Summated in 8 hours. Beautiful day with the extra treat of glissading down the false summit.
  • Log #6622 - by Scott Horkey on Dec 28, 2000
    Camped overnight and hit the trail at 0300. My first big mountain; took it easy and made the lunch counter at sunrise. Terrific to see the sun rise on all peaks south to the Sisters. Continued up,...
  • Log #6623 - by Kirk Hess on Dec 26, 2000
    Was able to do it in a day despite the nasty weather the day before. See my website for the trip review.
  • Log #6624 - by Richard Vaughn on Dec 15, 2000
    Climbed the mountain twice many years ago as a pre-teen, living in Richland Washington at the time. I remember both climbs and the spectacular views like it was yesterday. Someday I'll be back to do...
  • Log #6625 - by scott perkins on Dec 02, 2000
    Climbed the south spur route solo. I camped by the parking area/trailhead and left the following morning around 7am and summited around noon in very cloudy conditions, no summit veiw this time. There...
  • Log #6626 - by Ray Borbon on Nov 30, 2000
    Climbed the south route in less than 5 hours I believe. We were not moving too fast either. If you are somewhat in shape no need to stay the night on this route. -Ray
  • Log #6627 - by Mike Adamson on Nov 29, 2000
    mid October: Ray Borbon and I summited via the South in 4.5 hours from the car. Not generally recommended, but fitter parties could probably do it in 3.5. Ice was hard, but crampons were only...
  • Log #6628 - by Joe Ponas on Nov 17, 2000
    A balmy 42 degrees at the 9600'on the upper lunch counter at sunset the evening before. On the slog up to L.C. mountian goats observed and photographed at approx 7800' as they crossed the glacier in...
  • Log #6629 - by Carry Porter on Oct 23, 2000
    Snow had fallen as low as 3,500 feet the day before we went up. Not enough to cover the rocks though, making it an exhausting scramble to lunch counter. When we got up the next morning, it was too...
  • Log #6630 - by Brian Sebastian on Aug 28, 2000
    Camped out high on the lunch counter and headed up for the top before sunrise. Overnight low was only about 40 degrees, but winds never dropped below 20 mph, with gusts much higher. We began our...
  • Log #6631 - by Dan Hughes on Aug 09, 2000
    Climbed the south side route solo in two days. The first day I did not quite make it to the Lunch counter camp site. I got a late start and it was starting to get dark. I found an old campsite along...
  • Log #6632 - by Scott Poppenhagen & Wendi Wade on Aug 08, 2000
    If you are ascending from Cold Spring at 5500 ft level on the south slope, there are lots of campsites in the lava fields even before "Lunch Counter" (about 9000 ft) Also plenty of snow to...
  • Log #6633 - by Ryan Stokes on July 26, 2000
    What fun! Perfect weather and climbing conditions made this a great experience. I would suggest a summit trip to Mt. Adams for anyone wanting to gain experience for other climbs.
  • Log #6634 - by k.rutland on July 22, 2000
    Summited via Mazama Glacier route. Camped at Sunrise camp. Listened to rock fall all night. Started climbing around 3:45 am.
  • Log #6635 - by Pat S. Ellis on July 19, 2000
    Great mountain to start a climbing experiance. No big dangers on the South climb so it is great for someone with limited experiance. It gives them a chance to test equipment.
  • Log #6636 - by Ted Cooke on July 10, 2000
    Hiked up the South route. Beautiful clear weather. You could see the Sisters and Hood in Oregon, St. Helens, Rainier, Eastern Washington and the west side.
  • Log #6637 - by Don Gilman on July 07, 2000
    Woke up at 4 a.m. on the 3rd of July to a glorious sunrise. Hood to the south was just catching the first light of dawn, and the upper reaches of the south summit of Adams was bathed in a golden...
  • Log #6638 - by Derby ODonnell on June 06, 2000
    Took my own sweet time in beautiful weather. As always went solo, camping at the perfect campsite at the Lunch Counter. Climbed in corn by daylight just to enjoy the views. South face is the world's...
  • Log #6639 - by Mike Melland on May 21, 2000
    Climbed from the South. Early in season. Went toward West? to avoid heavy snow fields. Climbed loose pummice (up two steps down one).
  • Log #6640 - by Teunis G. Wyers on Feb 27, 2000
    Great climb and long ride down in the sun. Carefull when skiing or snowboarding off of the false summit as it is easy to head down the wrong face. The result of such a mistake is a tedious and...
  • Log #6641 - by Ben Piermattei & Lovell Family on Feb 26, 2000
    I have little climbing experiance being only 17 years old at the time I climbed Adams. However I was able to hike from base camp at 5700 ft, starting at 3:00 AM up the standard route and summitted at...
  • Log #6642 - by Brad Sampson on Jan 26, 2000
    We left the car at 2am, summeted at 11:30am and got back to the car at 5pm
  • Log #6643 - by Alan Kane on Jan 10, 2000
    Nice full moon ascent in a day starting at, with some good glissading on the return. Pretty easy way to bag a big peak, but too much smog for my liking. Check out my webpage www.
  • Log #6644 - by Eric DeVroeg on Jan 09, 2000
    Mt. Adams is a very enjoyable climb with great views, an interesting approach hike, and the South Side route is ideal for glissading. See pix and description at my website below.
  • Log #6646 - by Paul Daugherty on Oct 29, 1999
    See for pictures from our climb of the Adams Glacier.
  • Log #6647 - by Coley Gentzel on Sep 27, 1999
    Would not recommend the Mazama glacier route for parties without rope and protection. The route is heavily crevassed and broken. The only passable section is quite steep. Still a great climb.
  • Log #6648 - by Braden Masselink on July 28, 1999
    Hiked up North Ridge, really easy climb, but tons of loose rock and scree would be much better with a little snow. would be easy to do in a day, but the best part was drinking beer up in the High...
  • Log #6649 - by Carl Malmfeldt on July 26, 1999
    Just a quick 2 day climb. Great weather w/ wonderful views of Hood, Jefferson, St. Helens, Rainier.
  • Log #6650 - by Lance Weaver on July 20, 1999
    South ridge would make a great ski or snowboard descent.
  • Log #6651 - by David Stockton on May 26, 1999
    This is a BIG mountain. Took me 13 hours to summit, but I made it anyway. Nice views out to Hood, Saint Helens and Rainier. Supposedly there is an old cabin remnant at the summit but no sign of it...
  • Log #6652 - by Terrill Thompson on Apr 26, 1999
    With due respect to Chris Mallory (the previous signer), I just wanted to clarify that the volcanic activity categories used on this web site are defined with the intention of establishing clear...
  • Log #6653 - by Chris Mallory on Apr 26, 1999
    When going in late November, there are a few things to keep in mind... 1. Make sure the road is open. 2. Careful of the wind.
  • Log #6654 - by Eric Forhan on Mar 19, 1999
    Great weather on top, could see forever!!!
  • Log #6655 - by Fred Spicker on Jan 18, 1999
    Ascent via Suksdorf (South) Ridge Solo - sure with I had taken my skis!
  • Log #6656 - by an anonymous user on Jan 01, 1999
    My new rental car did not do very well on the road to the trailhead. Good luck if you meet another car on the way down. No one around to climb with at the end of August. You need a permit to park at...
  • Log #6657 - by Gregory Frux on Dec 31, 1998
    Extremely pleasant, via south route as a two day climb. Crux: early (predawn) start on snow summit day. Used crampons in ascent. Partner lost hers, so she parallelled on rock, cut a few steps for her.
  • Log #6658 - by Jim Brewer on Dec 24, 1998
    Made it to North cleaver on two trips by myself. Have limited technical skills and did not feel confident by myself.would love to try again this summer but need to go with someone more exp.Please...
  • Log #6660 - by Adam Peck on Nov 08, 1998
    Summited over 10 times--done it in tennis shoes and skied from the top.
  • Log #6661 - by Shawn and Nicole Johnson on Oct 25, 1998
    Great weather, and nice climb up the south spur. Encountered a climber that lost control of her glissade just below the false summit, falling into the rocks. As I am a Firefighter/EMT I along with...
  • Log #6662 - by Trevor Liston on Sep 10, 1998
    Climbed with friends Matty B. and Jack D.
  • Log #6663 - by Joe Reshey on Sep 10, 1998
    The south spur route, when climbed mid week in early July, is a spectacular ski mountaineering trip. We were not skillful enough to ski from the false sumnmit but the skiing around and below the...