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Went up to Muir with the multitudes of people on Tuesday the 19th and summited at sunrise on Wednesday the 20th. Not a cloud in the sky, light winds, and relatively warm temperatures for the summit.


The route is good shape with the boot track well in place. The guides put up a fixed line in a couple sketchy spots. One party was departing the summit at sunrise which seemed odd. We stayed for an hour after sunrise enjoying the views. 6 hrs to the Columbia Crest summit from Muir and 3 hrs down. Everybody who made the summit, which was less than half of those at the camp, came from the DC route. It looks like the other options on the mountain are narrowing! An enjoyable trip up an awesome mountain.

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