Unnamed 13001  
Condition Updates  
Route: South Ridge
Posted On: 2020-09-13, By: Flyingfish
Info: Used micro spikes the whole way from Lost Man pass and back. The scramble sections are dry. Snow is pretty supportive in the shade 
Route: Southeast Ridge
Posted On: 2019-09-26, By: supranihilest
Info: Super fun peak that's far easier than it looks. There's a number of slabs and big granite blocks on the ridge that block easy access, but once you've gained the ridge via a saddle above Lost Man Lake just stick to the south side of the ridge along grassy ledges and dirt slopes. At times the ledges get narrow; at other times the dirt gets steep and a little sketchy. Be careful when the ridge is steep, as a slip could be bad. There's one Class 2+ section through some big boulders under a huge block in the middle of the ridge, and the summit is also Class 2+. There's no need to go to the far end of the ridge (unless you really want to), it's under 13,000 feet. 
Route: SW Face
Posted On: 2019-06-03, By: bergsteigen
Info: Continuous skiable snow from the summit! Get it before it melts. (TR soon) 
Route: Lost Man Lake
Posted On: 2015-08-31, By: JasonKline
Info: As Chicago Transplant and others have noted in their trip reports, there are a lot of nasty obstacles on the ridge if you approach 13,001‘ from Lost Man Lake. However, you can avoid these obstacles and keep the route to Class 2 by traversing them to the left (while ascending). 

Return to the main Peak Conditions page

© 2021 14ers.com®, 14ers Inc.