We had a beautiful time up the Coleman Glacier. The walk across the summit was incredible but very cold and windy. We descended quickly to be in the lee side, even though it was in the shade. A couple of crevasse crossing were very narrow, but stable.
good time easy climb
The best climb I have done yet! Amazing, better than the NR, climb it!
Was happy to have stood on top of teh mountains that I see everywhere, from everypeak, from Lions Gate Bridge, from Ferries
Coleman-Demming route- definitely one of the most beautiful places I have ever been.
Climbed this with my GF. Camped at high camp below the glacier. Had a great time. Summit views towards Shuksan were amazing and looking down into the crater was neat.
Did this as a graduation climb for the explorer post's leadership course.
summited as part of AAI 12 day course. amazing conditions, beautiful climb.
Took 2 days, camped under Lincoln Peak. Decent weather. really fun route and moountain!
Climbed the C/D route solo overnight, 9/9/07-9/10/07, car to car in one push. Crevasses were hairy, and the route was straight up ice in places. Getting up was definitely easier than getting down in places.
Fun beginner's climb.
Lower Easton was socked in during the early hours, but we punched through around first light at 9,000' for clear skies and cold windy conditions. A great day in the hills!
Mazama climb. Partly cloudy to start and then we were chased off the summit by an oncoming thunderstorm. Group after group going up didn't listen or care about what was coming. By the time we descended to the upper basin at 9,000ft., high winds and ice were slamming us. Weather aside, the climb was easier and more fun than I expected.
Did this route on July 15th and again on July 29th, and it is amazing to see the changes in the route only two weeks. Alot more open crevasses, but overall, route was in great shape.
Easton Glacier strike out. thick fog for days!
Summit Lenticular on Saturday, fog, drizzle on Sunday, but climbed out of the bad weather to a sunny, windy summit with family and friends. Mt. Baker is never boring! Nice climb again!
Beautiful weather; calm, clear, and warm. One of our rope members took a summit poo, while a friendly Canadian let me have a go flying his kite on the summit.
A very committing line with about 600 of 80 degree ice climbing one on the ridge it rained the whole time we were there and made summit day hair with zero visibility
Excellent weather caused us to set up a low camp at 5900' along the railroad grade, and ascend the Easton in warm sunshine. We left camp at 1:30pm and returned at 11:00pm. Even on such a nice day, we needed crampons from the crater on, and the summit was windy and cold.