|2016-08-12||Route: West Ridge
Posted On: 2016-08-13, By: jasayrevt
Info: Clear & very nice enjoyable trip w/ reaching summit. Great, beautiful 13er mountain. This quality, classic route is a unique undertaking & lightly traveled. Prime, excellent, & bluebird summer conditions up high for navigating slopes & ridge line extremely well. Trail runners & light pack were good. Climb safely / swiftly in the hills folks. Pictures included as beta
|2015-06-28||Route: West Ridge
Posted On: 2015-06-28, By: Greenhouseguy
Info: The road is clear to within a hundred feet of the London Mine. I used snowshoes for a short distance beyond the mine, but it was probably not necessary. There were a few short stretches of snow on the road, but they were no big deal. The ridge is almost entirely clear of snow, basically summer conditions.
|2013-08-17||Route: West Ridge
Posted On: 2013-08-17, By: Jay521
Info: Follow Bill‘s route description and you will have no problems. Image 1 shows the summit register - I thought Bill Middlebrook might have been there. Image 2 - Damn You Bill Middlebrook - you WERE there!
|2012-10-17||Route: West ridge
Posted On: 2012-10-17, By: d_baker
Info: Hiked London Mtn & Pennsylvania Mtn today. Drove to turn-off for Mosquito Pass on CR 12/Mosquito Pass Rd with no issues. Current snow conditions did not impede on ascent of either peak. The wind was a different story! Routes: Hiked Mosquito Pass rd up to saddle of London & Repeater (13,548‘) in able to gain W ridge of London. Descended same way and crossed American Flats to saddle of Pennsylvania & Evans B, and hiked W ridge of Pennsylvania. Returned the same way we came. Surrounding peaks (Dyer, Evans B, "Repeater", Mosquito, Treasurevault, etc.) all look easily doable without much effort in snow. Photo 1: descending London, with "Repeater," Mosquito, & Treasurevault (l.to r.) to our W Photo 2: View of American Flats from summit of Pennsylvania. London & Co. on skyline Photo 3: Dyer & Evans B from Pennsylvania
|2011-09-18||Route: West Ridge (Std route)
Posted On: 2011-09-19, By: IHikeLikeAGirl
Info: Hiked it in the afternoon. Dry, summer conditions. Came up Mosquito Pass Road from the east. Road was dry to London‘s ridge. Went up in a Ford Ranger with good clearance and tires. Could not have made it in my Jeep Liberty. Were a few small boulders on the road, but was able to squeeze by.