Missouri Mountain Climber's Log
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|Grant||Route Climbed: Clohesy Lake - 10,800 - 5 miles rt Date Climbed: July 7, 2001|
|This approach was 3,100 feet in 2 ½” miles. The hike got steep fast although it was a grassy slope all the way to the ridge. Once on the ridge we were already at 13,900 feet so it wasn’t that hard except for an area where we had to do a little scrambling.|
At the top looking down at Missouri Basin were the views of the prettiest basin's I’ve seen to this date. The other side is Missouri Gulch and it was also pretty.
Missouri Mountain was short but steep. There was nothing technical and the majority of the hike was on tundra grasses. Above timberline this side of the mountain doesn’t have an established trail as of yet, but you can see the route the whole way.
|Posted Jan 20, 2003 10:31 am|
|rmjwinters||Route Climbed: Missouri Gulch Date Climbed: August 3 2001|
|5 hour roundtrip. Nice day.|
|Posted Oct 6, 2002 2:27 pm|
|xskier77||Route Climbed: East Ridge Class 4 Date Climbed: September 1, 2002|
|Started hiking at 3:30am with the plan to bag Missouri, Belford and Oxford. After missing the turn for the standard route we wound up at Elkhead pass and decided to continue on by climbing the 4th class east ridge. We encountered some rotten rock on the toughest pitch but with careful hand holds we made it without any problems. Decided that downclimbing was not the safest option so we descended the scree gully off the summit which turned out to be quite fun and fast.|
|Posted Sep 7, 2002 7:27 pm|
|wayneaflick||Route Climbed: West Ridge from Cloyses Lake Date Climbed: September 5, 1997|
|My son, Patrick, and I camped near the cabin above Cloyses Lake and started our climb at daybreak. I had tried the week before but I went to far up the upper valley before I tried to reach the ridge and it got too late so I aborted. We went directly to the ridge when we reached the upper valley. This is a really neat place. We followed the ridge with little or no difficulty except I lost one of my brand new gloves. We joined the Northwest Ridge Route and completed the climb.|
|Posted Jun 28, 2002 10:32 pm|
|ctruscot||Route Climbed: Missouri Gulch Date Climbed: Novemember 20, 1999|
|Late in the season this year but not a bad climb. Started out cold and sunny then hit a white out at the summit. Stayed foggy and a bit snowy the rest of the way down.|
|Posted Jun 17, 2002 2:27 pm|
|Zeke||Route Climbed: Standard route Date Climbed: Aug. 2001|
|Combine w/Belford & Oxford, makes a great back packing/climbing weekend.|
|Posted Jan 16, 2002 7:35 am|
|steve simmons||Route Climbed: from the west Date Climbed: august 17 th and 18th|
|summated huron around 9:00 at nightfall and descended from their to clousey lake just below treeline on missouri's western slopes, from there climbed up and unto missouri's eastern summit ridge. my flashlight went out but it was a clear night, no moon, but enough light to make out the trail along the summit ridge.|
about 100 yards or so from the summit I came to a place where it was to steep to negotiate on either side without a light as I couldn't make out the route in the darkness.
curled up and attempted to sleep for an hour or so but it was very cold and windy, when it began to get light and there was enough light to continue on I went on and summated. Descended to the east towards belford from there.
Praise GOD and JESUS CHIST, LORD Of ALL!!!!!!!
|Posted Jan 3, 2002 4:48 pm|
|miztflip||Route Climbed: From pass above Elk Horn Date Climbed: July 2000|
|Did a scrambling route directly from the pass. Lots of loose rock but still fun.|
|Posted Aug 21, 2001 3:41 pm|
|Peter Eliassen||Route Climbed: Missouri Gulch Date Climbed: 9/1/99|
|Wonderful hike, and fun descent!|
|Posted Aug 16, 2001 12:10 pm|