Did the grand tour route with three others. The goat trail across the north face was a lot of fun. My friends got a little upset when I made them stop for a photo, saying "It's not too bad if we just keep moving.". I have done Reynolds before many times but this was the first time across the goat trail.
A beautiful but almost trivial route up an awesome peak with a very fun group of folks. Bagged Dragon's Trail afterward.
Climbed with Linda, Nice day.
Took a look at the diagonal...still a few patches of snow that made us think twice about continuing. Instead, went right at the Y and traversed above the standard route (way less scree). Beautiful bluebird day...
Great views. MPrice; I also ran Reynolds a few years back with a Flathead Cross Country star and our time was 61 minutes! Maybe this summer it will go at under an hour.
Was training for a cross country race and wanted to see how fast I could get to the top. I was in good shape back then and was able to run most of the way, even along the north face diagonal ledge. Only had to climb the east face above that and made it in 61 minutes from the visitor center.
Climbed the SW Slopes and loved the spectacular scenery and warm weather the whole way. Best view I've had in the Lower 48.
scrambled up to the peak of this mountain after doing oberlin in the morning. what a wonderful day--scorching hot and clear skies; amazing, endless views in all directions. another peak all to myself. i hope to return someday soon.
i've climbed this mountain at least 6 times...and keep coming back for a reason! this mountain has it all. good exposure, intresting climbing and great positions! also was one of my first mountains in GNP.
Great scrambling, too bad smoke from nearby fires obscured much of the view
This climb was made in honor of my cousin, Randy Turnacliff. Taken from us too soon. You are missed my friend.
We all enjoyed the North face and the incredible drop off. An awesome climb.
Climbed via the southwest ridge route. There is a little decent exposure there but not too bad. Descended via the standard SW Talus Slope Route... a quick scree run down to the saddle.
Good outing. Saw grizzly tracks along the slopes at the base of the mountain.
CLIMBED WITH OTHG (MY 2ND GNP PEAK!)
7/22/96 CLIMBED WITH GMS LED BY GORDON AND JANE EDWARDS UP THE DIAGONAL
8/10/2000 CLIMBED WITH VERN AND LARRY OF WHITEFISH BEFORE HEADING OVER DRAGON'S TAIL AND DOWN TO HIDDEN LAKE
Have climbed this one from all directions, including the north face traverse and then up the SE face. Then down the normal talus slope route. Four times all in all. A very pleasant way to spend a day!
Great climb with mt partner Paul, 2 hours 35 mins from Logan pass and back, which includes running down the boardwalk weaving in and out and in and out of tourists
sounded like a chainsaw as it blew (constantly) through the grommets of my hat! A very good climb via the Southeast Talus Slope Route with a group of Rocky Mountaineers which included an 8-year-old boy.
Climbed the Southwestern Talus Slope Route with a group of climbers from the Rocky Mountaineers (Missoula based). The gusting winds sand blasted any exposed skin, but it was a good climb anyway.
We went up the SW Face since we missed the couloir to get onto the diagonal route. It was a fun climb all the same and an awesome summit to be on. I would definitely like to climb this mountain again some day.
nice climb, a little weird with snow on that traverse of the face. Encountered a pissed off goat with its young on the narrow trail and pulled the bear spray, but didn't need to use it, we opted to downclimb around it (hoping it wouldn't charge us at the moment of exposure).
In Kalispell with an afternoon to spare- why not head up to Logan Pass? Why not climb Reynolds? Quick trip- RT in 3 hours from parking lot. Met GMS current president Steve Smith at summit.