Mount Cameron Climber's Log

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Haliku - Aug 16, 2006 5:43 pm Date Climbed: Aug 15, 2006

Route: Kite Lake  Sucess!

Climbed this one with Old Guide as part of our annual summer father & son 14er climb after Democrat. Beautiful weather early in the day which built into the normal summer storm clouds enough so we turned around.


srclimb1 - Aug 15, 2006 12:32 am Date Climbed: Aug 8, 2006

The Decalibron II  Sucess!

5 in one day, starting with Mt. Buckskin, great day!


smason505 - Aug 10, 2006 6:52 pm Date Climbed: Sep 14, 2001

Democrat-Cameron Combo  Sucess!

Kite lake start in late september. About an inch of snow on the ground. Made the hike to democrat with no real problems, only blowing snow. Descended to the saddle and headed up Cameron. We arrived on top to a 60mph blizzard. since everyone had already done lincoln, we moved towards bross, but couldnt see the broad ridge in the whiteout, so we followed our tracks back down to the saddle and to the car.


seth@LOKI - Jul 26, 2006 6:52 pm Date Climbed: Jul 7, 1992

lump but a high lump that we all know

whats not to love....just don't fall in a booby trap mine hole.

ChaddBragg - Jul 13, 2006 10:54 pm Date Climbed: Aug 20, 2005

Thunder and Snow  Sucess!

Seemed like a great idea to stp on the way to Lincoln, but I was sure wihing it wasn't in the way when I was trying to get down quick!


ElliottDavis - Jun 26, 2006 3:26 am Date Climbed: Jul 20, 2004

Bulldoze it? Nah, dig!  Sucess!

Someone below suggests bulldozing the peak. Phooey! I say let's dig deeper on the connecting saddle from Lincoln and make it count. =)


rkymtn - Jun 25, 2006 5:12 pm Date Climbed: Jun 24, 2006

2 of 4  Sucess!

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!


Gahugafuga - Jun 20, 2006 3:09 pm Date Climbed: Jul 29, 2002

Decalibron: 2nd down  Sucess!

2nd leg of the Decalibron. Probably more real a climb than Lincoln since I had to climb up from the Democrat/Cameron saddle.

Scott Wisher

Scott Wisher - Jun 18, 2006 11:23 pm Date Climbed: Jun 18, 2006

1 of "4" That Day  Sucess!

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.


big_g - Jun 15, 2006 1:50 am Date Climbed: Aug 3, 2002

For the sake of completeness  Sucess!

I'll log this one too.


brentonjweaver - May 30, 2006 7:51 pm

Bross to Lincoln  Sucess!

Climbed en route to Lincoln from Bross.


roozers42 - May 19, 2006 3:20 pm Date Climbed: Jul 2, 2005

Route Climbed: Decalibron  Sucess!

Snapped a photo, onto Lincoln.


km_donovan - Apr 23, 2006 12:14 pm Date Climbed: Jun 29, 2003


Part of a 10 day 18 14,000 ft. summit solo climbing trip.


apierce - Apr 7, 2006 4:57 am Date Climbed: Aug 21, 2003

On the way to Lincoln  Sucess!

Not much work but felt good to be on top of another one en route to Lincoln and Bross.

Mountain Jim

Mountain Jim - Mar 23, 2006 3:20 am

Democrat, Lincoln & Bross  Sucess!

Nice day of rock hopping.


altitude14er - Mar 19, 2006 4:05 am

Unofficial Summit  Sucess!

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.


markhyams - Mar 5, 2006 6:06 pm Date Climbed: Sep 10, 1994

Standard Circuit  Sucess!

Somebody bulldoze this mountain already and unname it.


RMdaytripsgrl - Feb 27, 2006 5:01 am Date Climbed: Oct 13, 2001

Route: Kite Lake Loop  Sucess!

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


Oregon-Climber - Feb 24, 2006 8:07 pm

Passer By  Sucess!

Just passed over on my was to Bross from Democrat!


foreverwild - Feb 21, 2006 12:33 am

tagged in passing

Grabbed it in passing otw to Lincoln

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