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West Ridge of Mt Goode 

Mt. Goode 


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Elevation: 13,085'
Lat, Long: 37.1231, -118.568 Map Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Adam Kimmerly on Mar 13, 2006
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Mount Goode seen from Hurd Peak

Description 

This stunning peak overlooks the south fork of the Bishop Creek drainage. The beautiful East Buttress will immediately catch a climber's eye, and a 2nd-class route up the South-East slope provides access for non-climbers as well as an easy descent route. The routes on this peak can easily be done car-to-car in a day.


Getting There 

Start at the South Lake trailhead and hike toward Bishop Pass. Follow the trail to Bishop Lake (~ 3.5 mi), then look for use trails up the South-East slope for the 2nd class route. To access the East Buttress, follow the trail to the inlet of Long Lake, cross the creek to the north, follow the north drainage to Margaret Lake, then scramble across talus to the base of the route.


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The Classics

Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Mt. Goode:
North Buttress   5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a     Trad, Alpine, 9 pitches, 800'   
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A topo of our route up the East Buttress of Mt Goode.

North Buttress 5.9 5c 17 VI HVS 5a  CA : High Sierra : Mt. Goode
8-9 pitches in most guidebooks, this route can be done fairly easily in 7 pitches with a 60m rope. Here's how the pitches break down to do it in 7 pitches.Approach the base of the climb, and scramble up and left on the 4th-class slab to a good ledge below an obvious corner system with a thin-hands crack on the right wall. Rope up there.P1: 190' (5.8) Climb the open book with the thin-hands crack to a ledge, then up another open book with a fist crack in the corner.P2: 185' (5.9) Traverse left a...[more]   Browse More Classics in CA

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Ski tour under Mt. Goode, Sierra Nevada
Ski tour under Mt. Goode, Sierra Nevada
Mt. Goode, Sierras
Mt. Goode, Sierras
Mt. Goode as seen from the outlet of Long Lake.
Mt. Goode as seen from the outlet of Long Lake.
The view from the descent.
BETA PHOTO: The view from the descent.
Mount Goode
BETA PHOTO: Mount Goode
Tony Tennessee approaches the North Buttress.
Tony Tennessee approaches the North Buttress.
Looking left of the North Buttress
BETA PHOTO: Looking left of the North Buttress
as goode as it gets <br /> <br />2012
as goode as it gets

2012
Hurd Peak from Mt. Goode
Hurd Peak from Mt. Goode
Mount Goode, North Buttress center.
BETA PHOTO: Mount Goode, North Buttress center.
Tracy McDermott nearly to the end of the talus field on the backside descent, almost to the "sand".
BETA PHOTO: Tracy McDermott nearly to the end of the talus fie...
Looking right of the North Buttress
BETA PHOTO: Looking right of the North Buttress
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By Chris Owen
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From: La Crescenta and Big Bear Lake
Mar 22, 2006

Adam, I'm not familiar with Moraine Lake - do you mean Margaret Lake? Which is situated about 0.4 miles SW of the inlet to Long Lake.

By Adam Kimmerly
Mar 27, 2006

You're correct... my mistake. Now corrected.