Hiked with Democrat, Cameron and Lincoln....descent was painful
Linked Lincoln and Bross, then did Democrat the following day.
All I really remember is thinking that the summit was huge and how did they know where the exact top was??? (Hey, I was a little kid!)
Hiked all 4 on a really clear Colorado Day.
Originally, the plan was for Lincoln but figured since Bross was only another 10 minutes away, why not. Exceptionally beautiful day! Little to no wind (a rare treat!).
Took a friend from South Africa for his 1st 14er.
Continued on over and tagged Lincoln afterwards.
Winter ascent of the "S" Gully with Jamie Nellis
Very unusual summit. Looks a like parking lot. I heard there are occationaly trucks parked up there. You need treking poles on the desent.
There are still signs on the peak saying there is no public access to Bross. I walked past them.
Felt like February.....postholing in snow to my knees and extremely strong winds.
I didn't want to ascend this mountain due to the legal dispute but while on Lincoln I saw an ill-placed SUV parked on the Bross-Cameron summit that distracted my peace of mind. So I took it the summit and glad I did it! Descending the scree-infested slope of Bross was hell esp. in a 30+ mph wind and a hail storm.
Got all three - had a nice glissade down bross! Fun day!
Happy 3rd wedding anniversary to Chris and Marni on the DeCaliBron. Rainy weather on and off all day but never any thunderstorms. I disliked this descent more than probably any other one I've done so far.
Nice scree descent after this peak. Top big enough to land a plane on.
Loop from Kite Lake TH. Very windy. Descending the scree field was loads of fun...
Old Guide and I tagged this one also after Lincoln before dropping into the valley back to the Quartzville Creek TH.
Less interesting, even, than Cameron...but a decent day out anyway.
Had to come back to finish all three off
End of the 3-peak afternoon.
1st full day of summer and nailed Decalibron!
The last peak at the end of a great day. Crossed over the top of Cameron, but didn't really "count" it until a couple of decades later when I climbed it from base to summit. A fine day with my new wife, Mrs. Rat.