|Elwood||Route Climbed: West Ridge Date Climbed: June 97|
|I enjoyed the last steep section of the climb & the summit was pretty neat, being it was so small. Had a good time camping & hanging-out at Diamond Lake, we also had to play tourist & check-out Crater Lake.|
|Posted Nov 2, 2001 3:00 pm|
|Zancudo||Route Climbed: West ridge Date Climbed: 8-25-01|
|Climbed with (and took summit photo of) "Hammer". The climb was pretty straight forward. I enjoyed it, and would do it again, but its a hell of a long drive.|
|Posted Sep 19, 2001 10:37 am|
|Hammer||Route Climbed: West Ridge Date Climbed: August 25, 2001|
|Great climb with the Chemeketan Climbing Club. Great views of Crater Lake, Diamond Lake, and of the Sisters Complex to the North. |
Our Climb went well with my uncle leading the summit pinnacle. I think if I was to do it again I would free climb it and save the weight of the rope. Some however might freak with the down climb.
|Posted Sep 19, 2001 5:26 am|
|dharmadog||Route Climbed: Southwest Ridge Date Climbed: August 4,2001|
|Last 100 feet on Northeast ridge. Route moves to East with great exposure as you near the summit. A bit much for unaided climb. Can see into Crater Lake from summit.|
|Posted Aug 24, 2001 9:42 pm|
|Bob Burd||Route Climbed: West Ridge Date Climbed: May, 1992|
|This was my first class 3 scramble and scared the pants off me. But Eric and I felt like brave mountaineers after overcoming our initial fear and climbing the summit blocks. Great little volcanic needle with excellent holds.|
It was this view from Crater Lake that got our attention as we drove north, and literally climbed this on a whim. It's hard to just drive by without it getting your attention.
|Posted Aug 21, 2001 11:32 am|
|Josh||Route Climbed: West Ridge Date Climbed: June 17, 2001|
|After hiking most of the way up on the West Ridge, I took the NW (?) ridge for the last hundred feet to the summit. It came in at about 5.4 or so on pretty solid rock. Great exposure!|
From the summit you can see all the way south to Mount Shasta and all the way north to Mount Jefferson. Quite impressive.
|Posted Jun 29, 2001 9:29 pm|