Peak(s):  Ice Mtn  -  13,951 feet
North Apostle  -  13,860 feet
Date Posted:  10/19/2011
Date Climbed:   08/28/2011
Author:  strudolyubov
 Ice Mountain and North Apostle (picture album)   

Route: Northeast Ridge, Ice Mountain and Southwest Ridge, North Apostle
Date: 08-28-2011
Climbers: strudolyubov

Ice Mountain as seen from Southwest ridge of North Apostle.

On the lower Northeast Ridge of Ice Mountain.

Direct downclimb into the notch on the lower Northeast Ridge.

Looking up the direct downclimb line from the bottom of the notch.

Looking down the lower Northeast Ridge towards North Apostle after climbing out of the notch.

Approaching the upper Northeast Ridge on Ice Mountain.

Approaching the gullies providing the access to the summit ridge. The standard route gully is seen on the right. The gully on the left is more fun.

Inside the left gully.

Looking down Northeast Ridge.

The summit ridge on Ice Mountain seen from the top of the left gully.

Ice Mountain, summit view north.

Ice Mountain, summit view west towards West Apostle.

North Apostle as seen from Northeast Ridge of Ice Mountain.

Approaching the summit of North Apostle.

Ice Mountain and West Apostle from North Apostle summit.

North Apostle, summit view northeast.

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Comments or Questions
Brian Thomas

great photos
10/20/2011 11:38
The pics really speak for themselves on this one, nicely done!


Beautiful pictures
10/20/2011 14:53
What a hike. Great Job! What type of camera did you use?

Re: great photos/Beautiful pictures
10/21/2011 05:13

M_Sandoval52: I was using my old Sony DSC-R1 with polarizing filter. It is significantly lighter than most DSLR and still produces relatively good quality images.


Traverse all three?
12/11/2018 19:54
Do you think it would be possible to traverse all three Apostles?

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