Scrambled the SW Ridge from Lake Doris. The route finding was pretty straightforward, there were two cliff bands north of the lake that had pretty obvious gullies. The mountain itself was a horrid, loose heap of choss. On the descent I almost dislodged numerous big boulders, I would want a helmet if I ever did it with a group. Views from the summit were incredible though, and worth the choss climbing!
Climbed on a traverse including Osceola, Carru, Lago and Ptarmigan in one day from camp below Freds Lake. 10,500 feet of gain for all 4 peaks!
A long run on a gray day. Wanted to do Carru and Lago as well, but ran out of energy, and it's not just a simple traverse. The Shellrock trail past Dorothy Lake quickly grows faint, but the Middle Fork Pasayten is well-tended. Trip report.
5 peaks in 4 days. Lot's of loose talus and scree in this area. I hiked up the south ridge. See my trip report.
Fun little climb out of Doris lake, just over an hour to ascend using the South East face. Went down the actual route on the Western ridge.
Started out as a cold grey morning but at the summit the sun began to break through giving me my first views of Blackcap Rolo, and other peaks in the area. Summited Carru and Lago the following day.