The parking area was full and the cars were parked a mile from the TH. Luckily, Margaret and I got there after noon so people were leaving and parking wasn't an issue. The short end of the stick was unstable weather that prompted a descent after summiting. Mt Lincoln will have to wait.
The name may have been off-putting, put it was sure nice to summit my 2nd Fourteener ever! I went on a Tuesday early morning, and it was still really packed. Definitely don't go on a weekend...
Skinned up standard route from Paris Mill, mostly continuous snow on the road. Some hard pack snow on the upper slopes had me put the skis on my back near the top of the false summit. Skied down the south face and through the Lake Emma Chutes and back to the car. Dropped in around 10.15, but was it was still a little firm, could have waited a little longer to let the sun warm things up. The Lake Emma Chutes don't see sun until after 8am this time of year.
Not a registered Democrat but found no reason not to visit and read the campaign literature on top. One down (up?) and three to go for the day. Gosh, does it get any better than this?
Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln and Bross. Too good to be true.
Climbed 4 Colorado Fourteeners in one day! Slept in my Xterra, woke up at 4:30AM and hit the trail up Mount Democrat. Met up with 3 other hikers and traversed over from Democrat to Mount Cameron. We then continued onto Mount Lincoln and then finally onto the summit of Mount Bross. Arrived back at the trail head around 11:30AM.
Only got Cameron, Lincoln, and Democrat today.
4 bagger Lincoln, Democrat, Bross, Cameron.
Part 1 of Decalibron!!
Climbed with Jake, the local wonder dog.
Climbed multiple times, including as a snow climb
Summited in the clouds.
Hiked from Mineral Park mine (13 miles RT).
Friday the 13th climb. Great early spring climb.
A spectacular day -- three peaks for the price of one. The flat stone field to cross on the way from Mount Democrat to Mount Lincoln is remarkable sight. The downclimb from Mount Bross seemed to take forever.
hiked with other three peaks. Cameron, Lincoln and Bross
Wildflowers were out in force, as were other hikers. A cute Irish Terrier dog in the lead made us popular. A fun, social loop.
With rkymtn and Boomer.