Overnighter to bag Foerster, Electra and Davis. Took about 7.5h from the Isberg Pass TH. Climbed the left side of the main chute on reasonably solid rock. Then descended the north ridge and the drainage below Ansel Adams to get to Electra.
Route Climbed: Southwest Slopes Date Climbed: Oct 1, 2005
Kept to the right side of the face on the ascent, finding mostly solid, easy, and enjoyable class 2-3 scrambling; descended the chute (leftmost one on the face when viewed from Foerster Creek) leading almost straight down from the summit, finding it loose and a poor choice. Outstanding views of the Clark and Ritter Ranges, and wonderful weather.
A shorter approach than expected, something like 6.5-7 hrs to the summit from the Isberg Pass TH. Traversed over to Isberg Peak on the way back. Enjoyable dayhike--surprisingly, it turned out to be the easiest of the Rodgers/Electra/Foerster triumvarate to climb in a day.