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[TR] Mt. Stuart- Attempt on Ice Cliff Glacier 5/22/2005

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Climb: Mt. Stuart-Attempt on Ice Cliff Glacier


Date of Climb: 5/22/2005


Trip Report:

Hiked in on Saturday evening. Rained the entire time, got soaking wet. Bivied at 5,400 in the trees. Woke up at 4:30am to partially clear skies. Started up towards the ice cliff glacier. Started snowing. Couldn't see the upper part of the mountain. Up to our waist in places in fresh snow. There was maybe a foot of snow in places. All rock was plastered with snow, looked like winter up there. Got to base of Ice Cliff Glacier and turned around. Some a group of some dudes from Seattle up there who also turned around. Shitty.


Approach Notes:

Mostly snow free to the bivy sites, there are few patches here and there but easily bypassed.

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Not the best pic in the world, but... showphoto.php?photo=10679&sort=1&cat=504&page=1

It definately looks a little snowy.

I was in the group with the other guys. At first we were a little bummed that we didn't even leave camp, but after hearing Alpineandrew and friend's report, we were content with our trip simply being "training". We made it back down the hill and went directly to Gustav's bigdrink.gif

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sorry, i should give credit to the author, it is a beatiful pic! i just meant that there's not a lot of close detail on the stuff that climbers would find interesting.

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