This peak was a blast. Short, sweet and awesome views. We climbed Pomp as well. The only negative was the outhouse at the trailhead that was in severe, really severe, need of being pumped...
Hiked in the clouds the whole time. Cold on summit. Not the best day, but it was quick. We parked well below Fairy Lake TH and walked a ways up the road.
Great hike, also did Pomp Peak and Hardscrabble Peak.
Nice day. Lots of deer off the west side
Pretty fun. Saw goats and also walked out to Naya Nuki. First time in these mts.
Got up and down before the hoards closed in. Lots of people and lots of dogs. Twas real windy and cold and that sent lots of folks running for cover. Great day. Saw three goats at the summit.
We accompanied Jim E. and his son Devin as they scattered some of Edward E.'s ashes to the wind. Edward lost his life climbing in Alaska.
Very popular hike. Saw 15+ mountain goats and a great top down view of the Bridgers. I recommend taking a light, and going in the early evening. Less foot traffic, and more colors.
There are no words to describe the overwhelming feeling of serenity on the ridge and summits of this range overlooking my home town.
Great peak that is popular. It was a windy and cloudy day but no rain. There were mountain goats all over the slopes below the summit.
Saw lots of sheeps
With Alana. Great quick summit hike. Road to TH needs a lot of work, though. Goats are habituated.
Nice morning hike...amazing how there was no snow in the beginning of July
A nice easy walk, it's easy to see why Sacagawea is so popular. Haze from wildfires ruined the long distance views but the nearby scenery was still nice.
Hiked the west side up corbly gulch, longer and more gain than the east from fairy lake but one of the prettiest I've taken in the bridjahs, spent ten minutes on the summit before having to evade a thunderstorm, found a gray Columbia ski jacket if anyone is looking for it pm me
a few times
Easy to bag big summit!
Got a chance to bust out some crampons and an ice axe for my first ascent of Sac via a large couloir that was protected by the shadow of a couple parallel running fins on northwestern face before topping out. A fun stair stepper workout up a 1000' snow line. Practiced self arrests and glissading via ice axe (which is a blast) over the top of the switchbacks from the saddle on the way down
We hiked Sacagawea the second time with some relatives from the Midwest. The gate to the trailhead was closed which added about a quarter mile to the overall. The hike itself is relatively easy since it starts so high. We met a nice goat that wished to share the summit with us and he finally wandered off after concluding that we were not sharing our snacks. Always a fun hike with stellar views and the snow glissade on the way down.