|Type:||Alpine, 7080', Grade II|
|Original:||Mod. Snow [details]|
|FA:||Edmund Coleman and party, 1868|
|Submitted By:||Danny Darby on Feb 16, 2007|
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By Lou Hibbard
From: Eagan, MN
Jul 20, 2015
When hiking the approach trail if you find yourself doing a stream crossing that feels very sketchy with a pack on you have missed the climbers trail by about a 1/4 mile. The sign marking the climbers trail is about 4 feet up (on a tree I believe) and on the left side of the trail.
Doing the tough stream crossing still works - there is a another trail that branches off right and leads up to the tent camps but the stream crossing is a pain.
From: Seattle, WA
Jul 31, 2016
rating: Mod. Snow
|Much more fun if done as a car to car climb instead of the typical 2 day climb. If you can move with a reasonable pace, 2-3am is a good start time from the parking lot.|