Jump to content
  • Announcements

    • olyclimber

      WELCOME TO THE CASCADECLIMBERS.COM FORUMS   02/03/18

      We have upgraded to new forum software as of late last year, and it makes everything here so much better!  It is now much easier to do pretty much anything, including write Trip Reports, sell gear, schedule climbing related events, and more. There is a new reputation system that allows for positive contributors to be recognized,  it is possible to tag content with identifiers, drag and drop in images, and it is much easier to embed multimedia content from Youtube, Vimeo, and more.  In all, the site is much more user friendly, bug free, and feature rich!   Whether you're a new user or a grizzled cascadeclimbers.com veteran, we think you'll love the new forums. Enjoy!
Sign in to follow this  
mattschweiker

[TR] Mt. Maude - Entiat Icefall 7/23/2012

Recommended Posts

Trip: Mt. Maude - Entiat Icefall

 

Date: 7/23/2012

 

Trip Report:

A few weeks ago Vern, Jens and I climbed the Entiat Icefall on Mt. Maude. The glacier has receded significantly since the days when, as described in the Beckey book, there were 9 pitches of ice climbing on the route. We approched mid-afternoon on Saturday via the Phelps and Leroy Creek Basin and reached a very nice bivy above Icy Lake. The next morning we dropped onto the Entiat Glacier. There was only one section of ice climbing that was moderate and didn't require the rope. We climbed snow to a notch and then ascended an easy 4th/low 5th ridge to the summit. Its great to get out to new areas in the Cascades, this was my first time to the Entiat range and it was a good one!

 

0418.JPG

0572.JPG

0662.JPG

0771.JPG

0883.JPG

0894.JPG

099.JPG

 

Gear Notes:

A few screws (didnt use) and a light alpine rack.

Edited by mattschweiker

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Nice photos. I climbed that route many years ago and really enjoyed it. Fact is there are not a whole lot of routes that combine steep (well relatively steep) glacial ice and exposed rock. It's one of the few.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

Sign in to follow this  

×