Peak(s):  Mt. Democrat  -  14,148 feet
Mt. Lincoln  -  14,286 feet
Mt. Bross  -  14,172 feet
Date Posted:  07/16/2010
Date Climbed:   07/15/2010
Author:  katejen
 Mt. Democrat, Mt. Lincoln, Mt. Bross-Kite Lake Trailhead  

Democrat, Lincoln, Cameron, & Bross

What a wonderful trip! Colorado consistently blows me away with its beauty and magnitude. Mt. Democrat was my favorite of the day, just a dominating summit overlooking Mt. Quandary. Mt. Cameron was a humble climb and just before Mt. Lincoln. Windy all the way in the saddle until the summit was reached, then it was lovely! So warm. Lastly, Mt. Bross, simple climb to the summit, long saddle in between Mt. Lincoln and Mt. Bross. But, Bross sneaks up on you in the descent. Careful of the rock, it will follow you down as you move your feet. I was told by an experienced climber, that poles on this type of descent were super beneficial. (And it appeared so). But, I made it and it was a marvelous day! Totally time without breaks was about 5hr15mins.

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 Comments or Questions

it‘s open again?
07/16/2010 14:20
i thought some of those peaks were closed, are we free to summit those again?


open for interpretation :)
07/16/2010 15:35
shhhh, technically you‘re not suppose to climb Bross, because it‘s privately owned. But the other 3 are fair game! For Bross: well over 10 people summited and came down a trail that was on private land--

my advice, summit away friend


07/17/2010 03:49
Kate, good to see you on the mountains. I hope all your climbs are good ones.

Peter, the ”Experienced Climber”


07/17/2010 04:00
Hey Peter! Great to hear from you!

I‘m in the market for some poles now thanks to you! I‘m headed up to Princeton tomorrow!

Ramsey Boys

Next on the list?
07/17/2010 19:24
Thanks, we are considering these for our hike next week. Will skip Bross for now.

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