Mount Harvard Climber's Log

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nader - Dec 26, 2001 4:31 pm

Route Climbed: Pine Creek Trailhead Date Climbed: June 1995

Too much snow, too little gear...turned back 1 mile past Little Johns Cabin


Zeke - Nov 28, 2001 11:58 am

Route Climbed: Cottonwood Date Climbed: Aug 2001  Sucess!

Great day, went w/a buddy andhad a good time. Weathered off so ive gotta run back for Columbia. Very nice trail and straight forward. Just prepare for a long day and try for Columbia if your up to it. Turned my damn ankle on that trip. Saw all these funky crickets, fat as prunes!

Peter Eliassen

Peter Eliassen - Aug 16, 2001 11:24 am

Route Climbed: South Slopes Date Climbed: 7/19/99  Sucess!

Beautiful hike up into the Basin below Harvard...


climbcolorado - Jul 17, 2001 7:49 pm

Route Climbed: South Slopes  Sucess!

Another easy hike but a long day check weather and time before trying Harvard to Columbia combination.


Josh - Jun 18, 2001 10:43 am

Route Climbed: Cottonwood Creek Date Climbed: June 16th  Sucess!

The trail is still a little wet, but the snow is cleared. You will not need snowshoes or crampons. Excellent climb!


jratk - Jun 5, 2001 11:36 pm

Route Climbed: Cottonwood creek trail Date Climbed: July 1999  Sucess!

Took my friend up Harvard, my 6th, his first. We were going to cross the ridge over to Columbia but had to abandon because of weather. Nice hike in.

Bob Bolton

Bob Bolton - Apr 27, 2001 7:51 pm

Route Climbed: South Slopes Date Climbed: September 19, 2000  Sucess!

In two consecutive days my friend Duane and I summitted the two peaks we needed to have climbed the 5 highest mountains in the 48 states. We had climbed Mt. Whitney together in 1992 and Mt. Elbert in 1994. The day before we climbed Harvard, we climbed Mt. Massive. Mt. Harvard is the 4th highest. Number 5 is Mt. Rainier which we had both climbed, but not together. There was much jubilation on the summit that day, but it was tempered by our disappoinment at not giving ourselves enough time to traverse over to Mt. Columbia and getting the two peaks in the same day.

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