Mount Goode Climber's Log

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dshoshone - Aug 16, 2005 5:30 pm

Route Climbed: south slope Date Climbed: august 13,2005  Sucess!

Felt like I was hiking at the beach. Made for a quick decent though.

gluballs - Jul 24, 2005 8:33 pm

Route Climbed: South slope Date Climbed: july 24,2005  Sucess!

Not too difficult but a little more tiring than I though it would be. I accidentally went up bishop pass before I realized I completely missed the mountain. You technically start the climb at the Saddlerock Lake.

Steve Larson

Steve Larson - Jun 9, 2005 12:56 am

Route Climbed: East Slope Date Climbed: June 8, 2005  Sucess!

I went up there thinking I would ski from near the summit, but instead I was treated to whiteout conditions, snow, and strong winds. The warm spell a week or so ago messed up the east slopes for skiing, but I had a good time dropping down from about 12,400 feet. It even softened up around 11,500!


curveyrivets - Apr 23, 2005 11:51 pm

Route Climbed: Southeast Slope Date Climbed: 26 July 2003  Sucess!

Got chased off the summit by approaching weather and got caught in a spectacular thunderstorm. Spent the next day drying out.


ExploreABitMore - Mar 4, 2005 10:23 pm

Route Climbed: SE Slope Date Climbed: 05/27/00  Sucess!

Nice snow climb from Bishop lake. Fun glissade back down

Matthew Holliman

Matthew Holliman - Nov 16, 2004 12:01 am

Route Climbed: East Slopes/Ridge Date Climbed: July 2, 2004  Sucess!

Sand climb from the Bishop Pass trail, with a little bit of scrambling near the summit. I decided that if I climbed this peak again, it would be as a traverse from Mt. Johnson.

On the positive side, the SE Slopes make a fine descent route!


thebeave7 - Oct 17, 2004 2:38 pm

Route Climbed: Southeast slope/NE Ridge Date Climbed: Oct 15th, 2004  Sucess!

Started up the sandy SE slope, but quickly turned to the direct ridgeline to avoid all the sand, which was taking a toll on my legs. The ridge is mostly solid, and ranges from class 2-3 depending on how difficult you want to make it. Beautiful day.


dvsanbt - Sep 7, 2004 11:42 am

Route Climbed: south ridge Date Climbed: September 5, 2004  Sucess!

climbed it on our cross-country route across the sierra crest from Leconte canyon (along JMT) to saddlerock lake. hiking upto the ridge (to what Secor calls Goode Pass) from the west is steep. staying close to the actual ridge is an interesting scramble, especially with a fully loaded backpack.


Shaase - Aug 10, 2004 2:58 pm

Route Climbed: North Buttress / Arete Date Climbed: July 26, 2004  Sucess!

Great route and a great choice for my first "true" car to car Sierra route.


rusty6 - Aug 1, 2004 2:12 pm

Route Climbed: SE slope Date Climbed: June 20, 2004  Sucess!

A beautiful climb for Father's Day with my dad.

Scott Pierce

Scott Pierce - Jun 19, 2004 3:42 pm

Route Climbed: SE Slopes Date Climbed: Late May, 2004  Sucess!

As part of a ski tour around the Palisades.

Bivied at Saddlerock Lake, then skied with gear into the bowl south of Goode, dumped packs, and climbed up. Used crampons--snow was still hard. The ski down was horrible--neve penitente sun cups abounded and the snow never seemed to soften much. The end of a weather-weird winter.

The biggest challenge was the 40 plus degree couloir we used to cross to the western side of the Sierra later that day.

Would be a great workout/peak bag in the summer. North side looked like a good mid-grade technical challenge as well.


birdhead - Feb 4, 2004 1:48 am

Route Climbed: Straight to the summit Date Climbed: August 2003  Sucess!

Headed up to the bowl with Mt. Goode to the right. Had heard a lot of stories about people climbing the wrong peak. I was sure to be cautious. Got lazy and decided to just go straight up the slopes for the summit. This worked out great, with the climbing being very simple. Great views from the top and a good side trip to our backpacking trip.

Rick Kent

Rick Kent - Oct 13, 2003 6:20 pm

Route Climbed: Southeast slope Date Climbed: Oct 12, 2003  Sucess!

Dayhiked from the Bishop Pass trailhead. Took about 4 hours to reach the summit from the trailhead. Lots of sand and gravel on the Southeast slope. The summit area and the vertical drop on the North side is pretty impressive. The views from this peak are awesome. It will take some time for me to figure out all the names of the peaks I photographed. Weather was cold in the morning (40 deg) but great during the day (70+ deg F). I'll definitely have to do this one again someday.


pilz8 - Sep 11, 2002 5:26 pm

Route Climbed: Southeast slope Date Climbed: May 27 2000  Sucess!

This was a fun climb! There was still lots of snow and it was very warm. Epic views!!

Bob Burd

Bob Burd - Jul 14, 2002 8:18 pm

Route Climbed: Traverse from Mt. No Goode Date Climbed: July 8, 2002  Sucess!

A very enjoyable climb. Seems the North Buttress is the more popular route, so I may have to try that next time. I resent the label "death march" for our Williamson climb the next day. If anything, "death climb" is more appropriate. :)

Trip Report


phomchick - Jul 14, 2002 5:44 pm

Route Climbed: South Ridge traverse from Peak 12,916 Date Climbed: July 8, 2002  Sucess!

Mt. Goode was a warm-up hike before the Mt. Williamson death-march the next day. I learned once more, that if you don't bring a map and you leave the trail, you can get lost. We first climbed Peak 12,916 by mistake. It doesn't make me feel any better, but this is a common enough mistake that Peak 12,916 is informally known as Mt. "No Goode". Anyway, the real Mt. Goode was an enjoyable 1/2 mile traverse to the north over solid second and third-class rock. Mt. Goode has a small summit (as do all proper mountains) and great views of the back side of the Palisades.

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