Report on Mt. Lincoln page.
Final summit of the Decalibron.
Last summit of the day. We almost skipped this one, due to the fact everyone was telling us how dangerous it was going down. All in all, there was as very short section that was very slick. The rest was just scree and loose rock. I'm not certain I would call this the easiest 14er in CO, but I would not say it was dangerous either.
Last summit of DeCaLiBron. Pretty uneventful. The descent trail was very loose. Only took 37 minutes from the summit back to the car. 3:32 for the full four-peak loop.
Part of a four peak day with Democrat, Cameron and Lincoln
Cold, windy ascent from Moose Creek trailhead
With CraigL. Getting ready for the Transrockies run. We used this route for some acclimating.
after getting blizzarded off the route post-democrat last time out, came back and hit CaLiBron.
'S' Gully was the most awesomest glissade! Super sustained, no obstacles and like the name suggest, curves for a wild ride.
Climbed with my buddy who is training to be a fireman. Great day out with him and we got Lincoln and Cameron (2nd time for me) as well!
Started around 6AM, just beating the crowds. Perfect conditions along the whole route. Bross of course is a scree filled route down. Lots of gorgeous wildflowers. Back at car around 10:45AM.
With Rachael, standard route up the southwest gully. Decent winter day, not too cold and not to windy. Not much snow either, no traction required.
Hiked in the late 90s, with the standard circuit of Democat, Cameron, Lincoln, and Bross.
Last stop on a four mountain loop.
Full Trip report: http://www.undercivilized.com/2016/10/a-14er-quad-moun…incoln-and-bross/
Started early for good weather.
3rd day of a 4 day visit from CA - with the 3 14ers on the Decalibron I've now got more 14ers in Colorado (6) in 3 days than I have in 6 years in California (5).
Last summit of the Decalibron.
Democrat. Cameron. Lincoln, Bross, So. Bross, very windy.
Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln, and Bross, with Todd on a COLD, cloudy and windy day.