Someone below suggests bulldozing the peak. Phooey! I say let's dig deeper on the connecting saddle from Lincoln and make it count. =)
My wife and I did the Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln, and Bross cirque with our dog, Boomer, to celebrate our 2nd wedding anniversary. Great weather day!
2nd leg of the Decalibron. Probably more real a climb than Lincoln since I had to climb up from the Democrat/Cameron saddle.
Depending on whether or not you consider Mt. Cameron a 14er, we completed Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln, and Bross. There was still enough snow on Bross for a small glisade.
I'll log this one too.
Climbed en route to Lincoln from Bross.
Snapped a photo, onto Lincoln.
Part of a 10 day 18 14,000 ft. summit solo climbing trip.
Not much work but felt good to be on top of another one en route to Lincoln and Bross.
Nice day of rock hopping.
Too bad Cameron's summit doesn't rise 300 ft. or more from the Cameron~Lincoln saddle, than this peak would be an official summit! There would be yet another true 14er in Colorado. Oh well, Still worth visiting.
Somebody bulldoze this mountain already and unname it.
A bump on the way to Lincoln, very windy as I recall...poor Mt. Cameron...always 4th best...I've brushed shoulders with Cameron twice (8/9/02 on way to Lincoln with family), but not worth the two separate log posts...Hmph
Just passed over on my was to Bross from Democrat!
Grabbed it in passing otw to Lincoln
Eventhough its not counted, its still worthy.
Just passing across this one on the way to Lincoln and Bross. Personally, I don't rank Cameron. It's kind of like Bighorn Flats up in RMNP. Just a high plateau.
Only thing to consider on a winter ascent is the level at which they close the road. This could very well be a factor in the time it takes. It added a mile on this day. This was my 3rd ascent of Cameron/Lincoln/Bross.
"Summited" Cameron from Democrat and went straight to Lincoln.
So where is the summit? I guess I gotta keep on looking for it...