Orno Peak Climber's Log
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Date Climbed: Sep 20, 2015
Kim and I started in the afternoon and hiked to Black Mandall Lake, where we set up camp. The autumn leaves are coming out and should be peaking in a week.
Kim didn't like the stream crossings, but it was a good hike to the lake. It was a bit breezy at the lake, but still sunny.
We woke up to a 29F morning, which isn't that bad for late September at this elevation. At first light we started up Orno Peak. It was chilly and windy, but the skies were clear and we made our way to Mandall Pass and then the summit.
At the fore summit, Orno Peak looked formidable, but it was actually an easy class 2 climb. After enjoying the summit we returned the same way, packed up camp and headed for home. It was a great trip.
|Posted Sep 21, 2015 10:53 am|
|edevart||Fathers Day Jaunt|
Date Climbed: Jun 20, 2015
|Went up to check out snow situation. Some postholing, but not too bad. Turned around at bottom of SE ridge for lack of time. Found an easier way down avoiding dense timber.|
|Posted Jun 21, 2015 9:31 am|
|Jeremy Hakes||Orno, NW Orno and UN12008 |
Date Climbed: Aug 18, 2012
|Beautiful area. 10 hour hike, 18+ miles for all 3 peaks, 3500'+ gain (see map). Zero people. Pretty damn outstanding.|
|Posted Aug 21, 2012 1:45 pm|
|Larry V||via Devils Causeway |
Date Climbed: Jul 2, 2009
|Round trip from Stillwater Reservoir, up to saddle, then miles and miles across Orno's summit plateau. I visited Orno's northwest summit because it is a county high point, then hiked over in a hailstorm to the true summit. Loud thunderstorms accompanied me from that point on, for a total of 4 hours in rain and hail. 19 miles round trip, but I got back to base in time to climb Flat Top Mountain that evening/night. Long day.|
|Posted Jul 19, 2009 9:47 am|
|vanny37||Southeast Ridge |
Date Climbed: Jul 1, 2007
|Climbed the southeast ridge route. Great little peak with exceptional views. Beautiful area. Wildflowers were out and there were only a few small snowfields to cross. However, got 'turned around' in the swampy area between the peak and West Coal Creek and met the worst mosquitoes in my life. Just horrible. Also, be careful going cross country, the forests can be thick and difficult to navigate.|
|Posted Jul 28, 2007 5:57 pm|