Lincoln, Cameron, Democrat, Lincoln, with Cathy, Leann, & Roger.
From the east side both times.
Climbed past the icefall up the headwall in full on winter conditions. The clouds started clearing on the descent. There is cell phone reception on the summit! A general easy skiing, alpine, ice climbing mountain.
Nice views from the top. Did not stay long
Clouds began building so we decided to move quickly to Bross. Much of the trail between Lincoln and Bross was perfect for jogging.
4 hr C2C. Much easier than expected.
Turned back before attempting Lincoln and Bross due to sketchy looking clouds. Turns out we could have finished. Better safe than sorry though.
Hiked Democrat, Cameron, Lincoln, and Bross.
Majestic approach. I could do without the trucks driving up Bross.
Climbed with C. Stephens.
Great skiing down the east slopes. See the comments section on the Putnam Gulch page for info on private land near the winter TH.
70 mphs winds and near frostbite! Glad I did this one though. Making the summit was worth the mean sunburn :-)
Nicely different than Kite Lake.
summit of the day
Done as part of Decalibron.
Came up Lincoln Amphitheater and got all 4 (Lincoln, Bross, Cameron and Democrat) before having to bail down to Kite Lake because of a storm. Found a nice couple to give me a ride back over to my car.
Hiked from Kite Lake. Ended up getting off-trail on Bross and slid down scree slope. That part wasn't the greatest.
Only Lincoln & Cameron
my favorite out of the four in the Decalibron circuit. It also had the best views, so I'll leave my split times here. mt Lincoln actually felt like it was a tall, stand alone 14er because of its edge ridgeline, rocky cliffs, chutes, gusty winds, and a survey marker atop (unlike the others). it personally took me :20 mins coming from mt Cameron, 1hr 15mins mt Lincoln to mt Bross, trailhead to mt Democrat 1hr 45mins, mt Democrat to mt Cameron 1hr 30mins, mt Bross to Trailhead 1hr 5mins. Careful of the rough road to Kite Lake trailhead. also can save fee by parking 2/10mi short of trailhead parking.
Last of the three that day.
Lincoln is not the prettiest or most inspiring peak (e.g., strip mine), but the views that day as a fast moving winter-like storm was approaching were fantastic. Standing on Cameron, it was hard to resist the child-like urge to go run up Lincoln. Did not attempt to round out the trek by going over to Bross.