Quick hike in the fog. Not a bad hike just to see how you like going to 14 thousand feet
Via the standard DeCaLiBro route.
Lincoln is higher than Boulder! (Sorry, Buffs fans.)
Climbed the four summits on 4th of July
Traversed over from Bross
After being chased off Cameron the year before by lightning, decided to tackle Lincoln and Bross from a different angle. The Quartzville trailhead provided complete solitude until we reached the summit of Lincoln. It was great!
5 in one day, starting with Mt.Buckskin. Great day!!!
My first fourteener, back when I was a freshman in high school. Not too much to talk about as I dont remember the route that much except we followed a road for a long time and met 10 or so people on the little summit.
I love Kite Lake!
Met up with a guy hiking in jeans. That can't be too comfortable!
Most of the hillside going up Bross was scented with wildflowers. What a gift! There's an old mining cabin with a permanent snowfield inside. Seriously, I suspect it doesn't melt out. Neato.
Made the trip round the horn, Lincoln > Cameron > Democrat > Bross. Had to park 2-3 miles from the trailhead for fear of my car which made for the day being a little longer.
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!
By the time I got to Lincoln, I had decided to see how fast I could wrap up the Decalibron. I don't think I stood on the summit for more than 30 seconds, just enough time to down a granola bar.
Knocking off 3-4 14ers, depending on your point of view, in one hike is great. Perfect weather.
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.
Climbed East Ridge with Tajii & other friend Mike. Only ones on the summit *shock*, great day out, fun route!
Took my girlfriend up her 1st 14er