Climbed with Galen Johnston summer 2011. Climbed up South Suicide then headed to North Suicide via Windy Gap.
I've climbed N. Suicide via 3 different routes and at different times of year. I did a traverse over from S. Suicide then over to Powerline Pass in; it's easy except for a couple bouldery moves at the top. Then did a "killer" traverse from Indian, Homicide and on over via the n. ridge with a couple challenging class 4 sections. Finally, last October we took on a snow couloir on the SW face to gain the upper west rib, which led to the north ridge a short ways before the summit. The last bit up to the summit was very challenging mixed snow and rock.
Although I had done South Suicide in the past, this summer I finally made time to go over to the north peak. It's the nicer of the two summits, with an atmospheric final ridge.
and a couple other friends.
Made the top from the south...cold winds that day....barely any snow.
Biked up Rabbit Creek and walked up the scree gulley to the top.
A nice hike in a white out.
I climbed North Suicide Peak in late June 1985 via Rabbit Lake, McHugh Lake, and McHugh Creek to the west ridge of South Suicide Peak. From there we descended to Windy Gap and climbed North Suicide Peak. The descent from North Suicide Peak was via the west face and wrapping around to the south gully. My partner was Doug Hamilton.
Some of the greatest peaks in the front Chugach!