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Peak(s):  Mt. Harvard  -  14,420 feet
Post Date:  07/02/2009
Date Climbed:   06/28/2009
Posted By:  Greenhouseguy

 Schooled by Harvard   


  • Comments or Questions
Jon Frohlich

Great!     07/03/2009 22:37
Glad to see you guys made it to the summit! I really enjoy that route. It‘s definitely a nice alternative to the longer way up the standard route. I scared that marmot right as I was leaving the summit. I was probably the reason he was annoyed...


Good times     07/03/2009 23:09
And nice write up! Turned out to be a lot more interesting of a route than I expected, especially at the ridge. I think I know why people do the traverse from Harvard to Columbia usually...gaining Harvard from that direction would be rough after already summiting Columbia!


As always...     07/03/2009 23:51
a nice report Brian. Looked like fun.


bear lake     07/04/2009 20:41
what was the status of the lake, was it frozen


Bear Lake     07/05/2009 03:32
I wouldn‘t say that Bear Lake was entirely frozen, but it was mostly covered in ice. The lake is in the upper right hand corner of the image with the caption ”Looking down into Horn Fork Basin from the side of the summit ridge.” Yeah, pretty icy.

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