Mt Whymper Climber's Log

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islandclimber

islandclimber - Oct 23, 2010 9:51 pm Date Climbed: Sep 25, 2010

Windy as Hell  Sucess!

Had a really bad cold but decided to go hiking anyways. The access road was fun to say the least, and the weather probably didn't help my cold, as it was pouring rain, with zero visibility and the worst wind i'd seen in my life. All in all it was still a really fun little trip.

vancouver islander

vancouver islander - Jun 30, 2010 8:47 pm Date Climbed: Jun 22, 2010

Here again  Sucess!

Visits this year in January (SE Ridge) and June (East Ridge). As of June 22 all approach roads and spurs were clear and driveable. Both routes from this side still under snow.

dat - Apr 11, 2010 10:24 pm

April 2010

I went up on a scouting drive to the junction of C27 and C29 today (April 11).

The C29 road leading up to the head of the South East ridge trail was covered in snow.

I had no problem with the gatekeeper. They are open from 8am - 6pm on weekends

oconnellr

oconnellr - Nov 2, 2008 8:44 pm Date Climbed: Nov 1, 2008

standard SE ridge  Sucess!

Standard SE ridge with ACC VI section. Luckily we were able to to get further up the road and quickly summitted before the heavy rain really started. Not too much of a view unfortunately - would have loved to see the NW ridge... another time I suppose

vancouver islander

vancouver islander - Oct 6, 2008 12:33 pm Date Climbed: Jun 18, 2008

That bloody road!!  Sucess!

Having been turned away 3 times on previous visits by obdurate gatekeepers, fortune and Timberwest finally let me in this year. Problem was that Copper Canyon road was blocked by deadfall and we ended up having to walk a total of ~22km just to get to and summit Whymper and finally race down to beat the gate closing at 5pm.

Weather iffy at the top but didn't have any time for views anyway if we were to avoid getting locked in.

At least it was a good workout and I finally got to summit the highest mountain in Canada (south of the 49th).

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