Summited to climitize for an ultra.
Started up with sunshine, half an hour into the climb it started raining. We had no guide, only some directions from the locals, but it's a big, broad mountain. So about three quarters of the way up, we found what it seemed to be an easy gully or couloir. It became more and more steep, I will say forty five degrees, and full of..........yeah, scree. I was hit by a stone in the chest. And the hail did't help either. A very interesting mountain. Rain, sunshine, fog and hail in a period of three hours. I hope I am climbing it again. There is nowhere to pitch a tent, making it basically an up and down affair.
Climbed it with Paco Martinez`s group with very pleasant temperatures. The clouds were present most of the time an restricted the views, it rained on our way down making it slippery.
My first time on this summit and I climbed it alone, 2:25 hrs. going up and 1:30 down. The weather was threathening so I basically just tagged the summit and headed back down with very limited views since it got clowdy. The aspens were ablaze down below, very nice!!!