Mount Sir Donald
|Year first climbed:||1890|
|First successful climber(s):||Huber, Sulzer, Cooper|
|Nearest major airport:||Calgary|
|Convenient Center:||Golden B.C.|
Thanks to Alan Kane for adding this peak.
Northwest ridge is a truly classic 5.4 quartzite rock climb on a big mountain amid spectacular surroundings. Rightfully included in "Fifty Classic Climbs" book, this mountain sees periodic epics even today. Most parties take 3 days for the trip, and there is no easy walk-off descent. Even better rock than Mount Edith Cavell.
Thanks to Alan Kane for this description.
The following weather information is provided for the nearest supported peak. The weather icons reflect weather conditions from the base of the mountain, while the wind, temperature and humidity reflect conditions at the summit.
Weather by meteoexploration.
NOTE: Trip reports were previously called "Summit Logs" - same feature, new name
There are 8 trip reports for Mount Sir Donald.
Select any entry from the list below:
- Log #20494 - by Mike Whelan / Joe Owens on Nov 19, 20065 hours from saddle to summitt classic solid rock and North face exposure, Great all round climb , highly reccomend
- Log #13342 - by jean paul lafleur on Aug 02, 2004great solo climb,started at highway at 7:30 arived at saddle at 10:15. started climbing norht west arret at 10:45 and summited peek at 3:01. decended the south west and cut back over to the nw.Got...
- Log #13343 - by
John Bickford on Feb 05, 2004Was successful on 6th attempt. Have had to bivouac on the arete or north face on 3 occasions. The weather can be unpredictable. My rule of thumb is: if the probability of rain in Rogers pass is...
- Log #13344 - by Lorne Graham on Dec 10, 2003NE ridge onsight solo. car to car in 8hours 57min
- Log #13345 - by Michael on Oct 17, 2003A great climb with two friends. Nice warm day, great weather but kind of hazy due to fires. It's a long climb up and down, try to belay as little as possible. Have fun!
- Log #13346 - by
Helmut Vogel on Oct 03, 2003A friend and I took advantage of a late season high pressure and went for it. We were rewarded with great conditions, well kinda. We suffered through cold temperatures on the mountain and had to deal...
- Log #13347 - by
justin conn on Mar 07, 2001dear sir donald bradmens family sir donald bradmen you where a great criket player and ance guy Imiss you from justin.
- Log #13348 - by
Alan Kane on Jan 25, 2000A great climb by NW ridge, moving together on a 50m 9 mil rope most all the way. Big, long slings are very useful for running belays around blocks. Would be a scary exposed route in a storm though....