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Dave DinnellRoute Climbed: SW Slope Date Climbed: Aug. 1986; Aug. 1988  Sucess!

Dave Dinnell

An enjoyable outing. On the second trip, Trudi Schwarz and I led a group of kids to the summit. They were completely stoked.
Posted Jan 14, 2004 12:50 am

Scott PierceRoute Climbed: North Face, Right Couloir Date Climbed: Sept 20, 2003  Sucess!

Scott Pierce

Full ice. Bergschrund very passable on left. 3 pitches and 30 feet of change with 60m rope. Used rock and ice pro. Went with partner, but would also be a nice solo.
Posted Oct 27, 2003 12:13 am

csundraRoute Climbed: Uh.....Up! From the South side Date Climbed: August 09, 2003  Sucess!

csundra

My first true peak. Hiked up from Saddlebag lake on the south side, up some loose scree and bushes. Ended up on top of the north coulouir and continued easy 5.0 climbing to the top! Went down the south ridge, then up the north ridge of Conness. Great day!
Posted Aug 14, 2003 10:45 pm

Tom KenneyRoute Climbed: Right NE Couloir Date Climbed: 25-SEP-1999  Sucess!

Tom Kenney

Late start, great climb up the couloir. My first serious snow/ice climb, and first guided climb. Passed by a solo climber while in the couloir. Found the couloir itself to be ho-hum snow climbing, but really liked the rock scramble from the notch to the summit.
Posted Apr 1, 2003 4:33 pm

asmrzRoute Climbed: The left Ice Couloir Date Climbed: September 5, 2000  Sucess!

asmrz

Over Labor Day 2000, Michael Gordon and I soloed the left North Peak Couloir in 6.5 hours RT from the Saddlebag Lake. We found good ice in the couloir and thin cover of snow above the notch. We summited North Peak and ran down to our car. On the summit, we marveled at the possibility of climbing North Peak Couloir, going to the top of North Peak, then crossing over to Mt.Conness and climbing the Nort Ridge from the saddle between it and North Peak then descend to Saddlebag Lake. What a trip that would be. One of these days..
Posted Nov 15, 2002 2:09 pm

mdostbyRoute Climbed: Southeast Chute Date Climbed: October 13, 2002  Sucess!

mdostby

Very enjoyable climb. Car to summit 3 1/2 hours. 2 hours back to car. Perfect weather.
Posted Oct 14, 2002 7:06 am

Craig PeerRoute Climbed: Left Couloir Date Climbed: August 1999

Craig Peer

6 of us climbed the left gully after watching a boulder fly down the mountain at the base of the couloirs. I nice moderate snow / ice climb.
Posted Sep 23, 2002 12:06 pm

tiogapRoute Climbed: North Couloir (RIght) Date Climbed: October 10, 1998  Sucess!

tiogap

fun, short route. simulclimbed most of it on neve.
Posted Aug 21, 2002 9:43 pm

Rich ParkRoute Climbed: North Couloir Date Climbed: august 13 2002  Sucess!
Soloed the right couloir today. Weather was sunny and warm wore shorts and a t-shirt. Didnt see any other climbers on the mountain. Snow was perfect neve
Posted Aug 14, 2002 12:00 am

lidijagrazulisRoute Climbed: North Couloir Date Climbed: August 10, 2002  Sucess!

lidijagrazulis

A great 1st couloir climb! Conditions were good - 4 pitches from the 'schrund with solid ice screw belays. Definitely recommended!!
Posted Aug 12, 2002 11:01 am

Joe HanssenRoute Climbed: Southwest Face Date Climbed: July 28 '02  Sucess!

Joe Hanssen

The Southwest Face was easy class 2. Views from the top were great of Conness, ok otherwise. Conness is higher and had better views. 2 hrs 10 min from car to summit. Solo
Posted Jul 29, 2002 6:52 pm

JoshRoute Climbed: Northwest Ridge Date Climbed: July 8, 2002  Sucess!

Josh

According to Secor, the Northwest Ridge is 5.3, but it seemed more like Class 4. After bagging North Peak, I continued on to Mount Conness via its North Ridge. Car to car in 4:55. (BTW, the North Peak summit Register is full).
Posted Jul 8, 2002 4:19 pm

EthanVRoute Climbed: North Couloir Date Climbed: July 7, 2002  Sucess!
Great climb. Very asthetic route. the couloir was a little soft. We got started on it at 9:30, and though it was in the shade, it was quite mushy. All in all a beautiful and very enjoyable climb though and the water taxi makes it very easy as a day trip!!!
Posted Jul 8, 2002 9:42 am

jeffnRoute Climbed: Various Date Climbed: Multiple  Sucess!
On Snow or dirt, a good day hike. The boat ride on the second half of the trip home is a bonus.
Posted Apr 3, 2002 7:55 pm

NandiniRoute Climbed: North Couloir Date Climbed: July 2001  Sucess!
Crampons, surely feel strange for the first time. SInce, then I am so psyched that I get high just thinking about it. B$ took me to climb that, and I can't have enough of it...I loved using the ice-axes...(Suddenly, I felt all mighty and powerful, ego -boost)
Posted Dec 24, 2001 11:40 am

crackclimbRoute Climbed: north ridge Date Climbed: sept. 1999  Sucess!
tried to do the conness crest, but got lightninged out. what a great day though!
Posted Nov 1, 2001 10:47 am

mconnellRoute Climbed: Left and right couloirs Date Climbed: Aug/Sept, 2001  Sucess!
Did the right couloir in August (nice neve) and the left one in late September (nice neve with occasional water ice). Didn't summit in September since we had just been up there, Both are nice climbs, with the left being a bit steeper.

Posted Oct 14, 2001 1:05 pm

Bob BurdRoute Climbed: Southeast Slope Date Climbed: Sept 22, 2000  Sucess!

Bob Burd

An excellent scramble. Headed out from Saddlebag Lake, up North Peak, across to Shepherd Crest, to Excelsior, and returning. A long day! Trip Report
Posted Oct 9, 2001 9:54 pm

brandonRoute Climbed: North Couloir...and North Ridge Date Climbed: June 1999, Sept 2000, July 2001  Sucess!

brandon

Very nice couloir. Conditions range from a no crampons, step-kicking romp in spring, to a fairly strenuous two tool, front pointing outing in the late fall. Took someone this year who put on crampons below the schrund for the first time in her life. Man was she psyched after 700 feet of hard styrofoam later. Check out the 2 couloirs to the left too, middle one is ugly, but left is nice (and steep).



Also, N Ridge is good, only climbing of any consequence in a 5.8 or so 15 boulder problem coming out of a deep notch. You can probably avoid it by heading down west of the ridge a bit. Most is fun 4th class. Swing on over to N Rdige Conness for a great day.
Posted Oct 9, 2001 5:04 pm

ronRoute Climbed: North Couloir Date Climbed: October 22, 1994  Sucess!
Highly recommend this route for anyone wanting to do their first ice climb. The approach is relatively short,spectacularly beautiful and the climb itself is easy and fun with objective danger pretty low. When we did the route there was ice on the first pitch and then we moved to the left side of the couloir which had consolidated, hard pack snow, which made for faster climbing and belay set up faster by just plugging in our axes to the hilt for belay anchors. Enjoy the area, it is beatiful and stays moist late into the season when most other areas have dried up and died.
Posted Oct 8, 2001 7:59 pm

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