Eagle Cap Climber's Log
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|gacland||Route Climbed: from Horton Pass Date Climbed: September 7, 1999|
|In 1999, my friend Dave and I had planned a 16 day backpacking trip around the whole wilderness.|
We stashed food at the Lostine entrance and the Wallowa Lake SP. We started our trip at the East Eagle trailhead and hiked in about 7 miles the first day, the second day we made it to Horton Pass and decided to climb Eagle Cap and camp on top.
We passed one person coming down and didn't see anybody else until three days later. There wasn't really any place to set up a tent and because it was so nice out we decided to just roll out our bags and sleep under the stars. The next day we got up and hiked down to Galcier Lake and hung out there for the day.
We didn't get to do the trip that we had planned because by the time we go to the State Park my feet were shredded, so we headed back to the car in three days.
|Posted Nov 15, 2002 2:29 pm|
|Honkeydong||Route Climbed: Don't know/remember Date Climbed: January 1978|
|In 1978 I was 15 years old and was invited by my stepfather at the time on an outing to conduct the snow survey for the USGS. He and his Vietnam buddies dragged me all through the Wallowas for 2 weeks on snowshoes. Eagle Cap was one summit, and there were a host of others. This trip is what led to my fascination with the alpine environment, and is why I climb today. I remember stopping in Enterprise or some town nearby to retrieve a key to a survival cabin from the county assesor. It took considerable time to dig the cabin from the snow. Inside this cabin was a wood stove and logbook with journal entries from the turn of the century written with quill and ink.|
|Posted Feb 12, 2002 8:26 pm|
|Bob Bolton||Route Climbed: East Slope/South Ridge Date Climbed: September 4, 1977|
|On Labor Day weekend 1977 three of us backpacked to Frazier Lake and camped. The next day we day hiked on up to Glacier Lake, then ascended to the south ridge of Eagle Cap and up the ridge to the summit. We traversed to the next peak on the ridge above Glacier Lake, then returned to our camp cross country, passing Little Frazier Lake on the way. Hiked out the following day.|
|Posted Dec 30, 2001 1:13 pm|