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SharonRoute Climbed: SE Slope (va Logan Pass Boardwalk) Date Climbed: September 28, 1996  Sucess!

Sharon

Partner: Steve Reynolds



Fun & easy jaunt. 1,500 ft. elevation gain in the 1.5 hrs to the summit. Patches of fresh snow; waterfalls off the rocky bench. Summit ridge of brick red argillite - beautiful. No evidence of a summit register, but fossils everywhere. Non-technical; used only plastic mtn boots & gaiters. Took crampons & axe but used neither.



My 1st trip to Glacier--unforgettable. My husband has spent many, many days climbing there & had always longed to share the grandeur with me. Grizzly was next to boardwalk the next day.
Posted Jul 24, 2003 11:49 pm

mike_lindacherRoute Climbed: Via Logan Pass Boarwalk (Scree Traverse) Date Climbed: August 2002  Sucess!

mike_lindacher

The most accessible of Glacier's real-deal peaks, Oberlin is a real treat with limited effort.



Posted Jul 21, 2003 9:00 pm

Fred SpickerRoute Climbed: S Ridge Date Climbed: 17 July 1982 & 5 Sept. 2012

Fred Spicker

We were always saving Mount Oberlin, the shortest easiest summit climb in Glacier Park, for "one of those days".

The day came on 17 July 1982 - 6 inches of new snow, cold and blustery - summer in Montana!

Climbed with Monica Spicker.

30 years later - did as a side trip on the way to Clements - 5 Sept. 2012 - alone.

23 Jun 2015 with Moni - via S ridge
Posted Oct 23, 2002 6:54 am

chef007Route Climbed: from Logan Pass Date Climbed: july 10 2000  Sucess!

chef007

This is a great mountain to climb. The summit provides a breathtaking veiw of Glacier National Park
Posted Oct 22, 2002 9:31 pm

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