Rimwall Climber's Log

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Matt Lemke

Matt Lemke - May 4, 2017 8:15 pm Date Climbed: Apr 23, 2017

Deep, Deep snow  Sucess!

Tons of very deep slushy snow the entire way to treeline. We then climbed up a steep part of the cliffs to gain the slopes above treeline. From there there was less snow and more solid rock scampering. Summit was an interesting place with glorious views of the Three Sisters. Left car at 12:45 pm and returned to the car by 6, despite taking what felt like days to get through the snow sinking to our waist at times. Rainy morning turned into a great afternoon.


Marmaduke - Sep 30, 2011 11:12 pm Date Climbed: Sep 30, 2011

Gusts to 60 mph or more  Sucess!

Really a great hike. Views were wonderful, trail easy to follow. Wind were really pushing my 105 pound wife around. But she made it up as well. Made it to the summit in 1.5 hours Decended to then go to Windtower but we ended up at Lougheed and that was a climb we couldn't do. Found out that it's a 5.4. Oh well

Linda Breton

Linda Breton - Oct 11, 2006 7:59 pm Date Climbed: Jul 23, 2005

Scramble route  Sucess!

Solo trip late in the day. A great day out in the mountains, notable for the amazing sunrays streaming through the clouds before sunset.


couchclimber - Jun 10, 2006 10:40 pm Date Climbed: Jun 10, 2006

normal scramble  Sucess!

The forecast was calling for rain. Luckily we didn't have any rain while hiking. In fact, it was nice, calm sunny day for the scramble while the rest of the surrounding mountains had some clouds, guess we lucked out. Rock a bit too loose for my liking on some of the sections we scrambled up.

William Marler

William Marler - Sep 18, 2003 9:54 am

Route Climbed: South face Date Climbed: September 10, 2003  Sucess!

Excellent day of hiking scrambling. The weather cooperated by not snowing that day. Fine views of the surrounding peaks including, Nestor, Mount Lougheed, The Three Sisters, Grotto, Spray Lakes and the town of Canmore. 4 hour leasurely trip with Jonathan Stanley.

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