|Range/Region:||Central Montana Rockies|
|Best months for climbing:||Jun, Jul, Aug|
|Nearest major airport:||Kalispell, MT|
|Convenient Center:||West Glacier, MT|
Thanks to Fred Spicker for adding this peak.
Reynolds Mountain is a beautifully shaped horn located about 1.5 miles south of the Visitor Center at Logan Pass in Glacier National Park. It is named for Charles E. Reynolds, a writer for "Forest and Stream" magazine and friend of George Bird Grinnell. Time wise, it is an easy day climb from the pass. The easiest route is the Southwestern Talus Slope Route, but more interesting and only slightly more difficult routes exist. One should check at the Visitor Center to learn the approach recommended in order to minimize damage to the fragile alpine vegetation of the area.
Please refer to A Climber's Guide to Glacier National Park by J. Gordon Edwards for information regarding the special dangers of climbing in this area before attempting this peak.
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NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 4 trip reports for Reynolds Mountain.
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- Log #9474 - by Jeff Vick on Mar 31, 2004This is an easy climb for beginners. Although easy this is still a dangous place. In my time I have known 3 people to be killed on this mountain.
- Log #9475 - by Carey Chapman on Jan 30, 2003Great hike. I recommend traversing the goat trail facing Logan Pass. Great views and not bad exposure. Trail is wide across most of the face.
- Log #9476 - by Michael Jake on Aug 23, 2001Aug. 1994, 1995 both via North Face/East Couliour route.
- Log #9477 - by Fred Spicker on May 27, 1999All ascents via the North Face and East Couloir Route. 1967 with Greg Albertson and Bob Lambeth; 1971 with Bill, Paul & Peter Bishop; 1979 solo; 1990 with Monica and Tanya Spicker