crossed it in fog between Democrat and Lincoln
Good hike. Very windy. For beginners that want to climb multiple mountains in one day, this is the hike. All four mountains in 4hrs 30min.
How many can say they've climbed both Colorado mountains (Cameron Cone, Mt Cameron) with the word "Cameron" in the title? I can now. Sad this isn't a "true" 14er because this is a very serene and Mars-like landscape at the top, unlike the true points of Democrat and Lincoln on either side. Yes, it was just a waypoint on the way to Lincoln, but Cameron holds a special place with me because it's so different.
Nice mountain, not crowded since it isn't an "official" 14er.
This one was actually worse than Lincoln, since you gain most of the elevation for Lincoln going up Cameron from the Democrat / Cameron saddle. Huge, open summit. Pretty cool.
Too bad it's not official
Lincoln, Bross, & Democrat.
Not to many folks on the mountains back then, in fact did not see any! Its a great loop, and great views.
Jeff Power; Brenna Owen
Another perfect peak in one perfect winter day
Weather was perfect, people were everywhere, all over the mtns. It was nice to see how many people are getting into hiking 14ers. Descending Bross was interesting with all the loose scree, it was almost easier to "ski" down the rocks.
Nice and easy hike to an all flat almost disappointing summit after Mt. Democrat. Great views of Quandery Peak among others. Brake in the clouds with a much welcomed blue sky. Skipped Mt.Lincoln and took the easy stroll over to Mt.Bross.
Like most people, we climbed Cameron along with Lincoln & Bross.
From Kite Lake, these are some of the easiest 14ers in Colorado to summit.
What mountain? I thought the winds were going to sweep me off the surface of the moon! Regardless, it is a 14er by some standards and I was there.
Not a 14er really...
I didn't linger on the much-maligned summit of Mount Cameron due to high winds. This is an odd place.
#3 for the day, doing the Decalibron in reverse. Not much of summit here, but great views all around :-)
Did this mountain right before I went up Lincoln. It was a rather snowy and dark day.
Reminded me of a parking lot, unpaved, no cars. :-) It was flat but nice to be up at elavation.
Climbed, Democrat (Southeast Face), Cameron, Lincoln, Bross, and South Bross. Great hike with lots of time spent at altitude. Took approximately 6 hours for the trip.