With Brewster, Kevin, and Doug
Crazy weather first day, thick fog and rain at Muir. Gorgeous weather second day. Big crevasses had opened up by this time.
Definitely underestimated how tired I'd be near the top with a relatively short break at Muir. Whiteout conditions on the summit with probably -20F wind chill.
Climbed with 2 buddies from Livingston Montana. Started from lodge around 7 pm. Made it to camp muir around 11. Left camp muir around 12:30am. Made summit around 6:30am. Amazing climb. Quite crowded.
Two of my guy friends and I hit this up. I wrote a trip report about it.
RMI guided. Great climb!
Great climb with RMI. Sumited with my brother and our guide Erik. Ready for more climbs.
Great weather and fun climb. Watched sunrise from the summit.
Climbed the DC leaving the car at 5 PM and returning to it at close to 5 PM the next day. We had a very limited time/weather window. I think we got about 2 or 3 hours of sleep at Camp Muir. It was awsome!
Part of a team of ten from Sierra Mountaineering Group that summitted via this route on a lucky weather window on a clear day. The route is scenic, not too hard but still definitely a taste of everything. Aside from all the other folks on the route, highly recommended.
Climbed this route with a team of ten from SMG. Left Muir base camp around 1:30am and topped out at 8:30am. Some good climbing through the cleaver and a long steady climb though high break to the crater rim. It's a good feeling when your standing inside that crater because it really is just a short walk to Columbia Crest.
Climbed with RMI
Nice route to the top to get the feet wet in the mountaineering world
From Paradise to Muir, we had low vis, snow, wind...loved the rime ice that collected on us. Quick nap and it was off to the summit via DC. Couldn't ask for better weather, clear sky, freezing temps, light winds..... Descent from Muir to Paradise really sucked with post-holing and shit but we were just thrilled to have summitted between all the lousy weather this month. :)
first good weather day in a month and we happen to hit it.
Both me and my roommate went up in a complete wind storm, without ropes. We had left our to ladies lower on the snow field and continued on. The rangers had advised us of our poor choice of no ropes and when he saw our other members lower he immediately knew who they were apart of. Summitted just the same and it was incredibly windy at the top. Round two will be better!
an incredable climb
This mountain never dissapoints. No much more to say. It speaks for itself