Mount Langley Climber's Log

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jonhersh - Jul 27, 2010 4:30 pm Date Climbed: Sep 1, 1999

Old Army Pass  Sucess!

from Old Army Pass


davidvdr - Jun 28, 2010 4:49 pm Date Climbed: May 16, 2010

Summited via NE Couloir  Sucess!

Had a great weekend climb with Ray Regalado and Alex "the badass" Barber. Next season we all promised we'd return for a ski descent. A big thanks to Moose for the Beta.


calipidder - Jun 24, 2010 5:54 pm Date Climbed: Sep 3, 2006

Easy Peasy  Sucess!

Did this one the Labor Day weekend after a couple weeks on the trail so acclimated well and was strong. Hiked it with a friend who knew the route well so I was able to walk on up without much concern for routefinding. Lots of fun on a warm day with big poofy cottonball clouds. Great memory.


TheNobleSunfish - Jun 10, 2010 6:28 pm Date Climbed: Jun 6, 2010

NE Couloir  Sucess!

Very warm temperatures made for some soft snow on the last pitch of the couloir. Nice skiing but some small slides in the couloir in the afternoon.


kraymes - May 22, 2010 6:06 pm Date Climbed: Sep 8, 1991

Tuttle Creek  Sucess!

As of alot of climbs in the 88-92 time frame unsure of the date. Funny thing for one of the easier 14ers I had one of my closest calls with a ~200 slab sliding over my stomach as I limbo'ed down slope. Funky.


mrchad9 - May 9, 2010 6:19 am Date Climbed: Nov 25, 2006

COLD Thanksgiving weekend  Sucess!

Not much snow in the Sierra this fall so we drove over Tioga pass and spent two nights camped by Lake 4. Incredibly cold but luckily no wind, and as it would turn out no snow of any significance anywhere either.

The first afternoon Lake 4 was 1/3 frozen, and maybe 1/4 inch thick at most where we camped. All weekend we could hear sounds from the lakes as they froze over, and by the time we left Lake 4 was completely frozen and took some aggression with an ice axe to get through over 1" of ice.


granjero - Apr 12, 2010 3:14 am Date Climbed: Apr 8, 2010

NE couloir  Sucess!

Great run, beautiful place.

Tom Waggoner

Tom Waggoner - Mar 17, 2010 2:35 pm

Normal Route  Sucess!

Climbed Langley with my good bud Kamyar. It was a good second 14er for him after I drug him up Tyndall where he almost shite himself. We spent that Saturday fishing lake 4 and up and back to the car on Sunday. Standing on the summit made me wish I had a base chute!


mtncorg - Jan 14, 2010 10:08 pm

From New Army Pass and returned Old Army Pass  Sucess!

The views from up here are as good or better than Whitney withou the lottery or the people.


SkyPilot84 - Dec 10, 2009 7:54 pm

2nd 14er  Sucess!

My windiest day in the Sierra.

Princess Buttercup

Princess Buttercup - Dec 1, 2009 12:12 am Date Climbed: Apr 25, 2009

Via Tuttle Creek  Sucess!

Must... go... back... to... SKI!!! So friggin' awesome!

Princess Buttercup

Princess Buttercup - Nov 30, 2009 9:49 pm Date Climbed: Aug 5, 2007

Via NAP  Sucess!

Slog, slog, slog...

cottersnow - Nov 29, 2009 8:04 pm Date Climbed: Jul 1, 2006

Nice walk  Sucess!

A nice walk. Went onto Whitney. Bivied underneath Mt. Chamberlin which was cool.

jullee - Nov 5, 2009 6:45 pm Date Climbed: Aug 21, 2009

2nd Fourteener  Sucess!

Went up via New Army Pass after a night of camping at Long Lake. Made it a long day by attempting Cirque Peak but weather and time wasn't on our side.


DOZN - Oct 30, 2009 1:24 am Date Climbed: Aug 28, 2007


Almost made it to the top but to windy to go all the way up. Next time ill be up there


theflyingmountaineer - Oct 12, 2009 12:09 am Date Climbed: Oct 10, 2009

Successful climb from Army Pass  Sucess!

Left Horseshoe Meadows Friday, Oct. 9 via Cottonwood Pass for a first night south of Rock Creek. Left our camp at 5:00 a.m. Saturday and summited at 11:30. After a cold and windy half hour at the summit, we hiked back to our packs and trucked back to Horseshoe Meadows for a 12-hour day. This was my first Fourteener... only fourteen left. Definitely an A+ trip!!


cdewhurst - Sep 21, 2009 5:04 pm Date Climbed: Aug 8, 2009

cdewhurst  Sucess!

Old Army Pass up, New Army down. Preferred Old Army trail which was not hard to follow. Be prepared for the trk up sand near the base of Langley which isn't as much fun as climbing the rocks. Nice sheer dropoff the top to the east. Could see Muir, Whitney, Russell, Tyndall and Williamson from here. Nice!!


SJ - Sep 13, 2009 1:36 pm Date Climbed: Sep 12, 2009

Langley w/ the old man  Sucess!

The second 14er I've climbed with my pops, a great trip. Thought he was going to poop out 13,500' and I went ahead, but then he met me on top about 15 minutes after I made it.

Started to blow hard on top and the thunder and lightning came just as we were starting to descend Old Army Pass shutting down the summit for a few hours.

eSherpa - Sep 9, 2009 12:36 am Date Climbed: Aug 31, 2009

Other Langley Routes  Sucess!

So I've looked all over the place for other routes besides old & new army pass. I ran into 2 groups that headed down (what I believe) is called the Gorge. Anyone have any info on this, it's the finger at the top of lake 5. We talked to 2 different party's the 1st was a single guy that was just winging it, said he tried it and it was no problem. The second group later that day, sounded like he had been up Langley 10+ times, and told me there were many routes up the canyon and prefered this route over old army any day of the week.
We decided to give it a go the next morning and found that it was a great way to go. Some climbing over large boulders and some deep sandy trails. It was a fast and very fun path up to the ridge, it also took about 1 1/2 miles off our hike. I'l be doing it again next time.
I would probably recommend old army pass for the descent, unless you have time to boulder down this way. If anyone else has info on this canyon, please pass on the info.
Great summit, no crowd....clear and windy. Beautiful lunch spot. I'll be back soon.


cab - Aug 31, 2009 11:02 am Date Climbed: Aug 8, 2009

Old Army Pass  Sucess!

Climbed via Old Army Pass on the way up. Then, made the long walk over to Cirque Peak and went back down New Army Pass. Old Army was much more direct whereas the switchbacks on New Army seemed to take forever. Assuming OAP is relatively snow free, I would definely recommend it over NAP.

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