A tough hike basically straight up the side of a mountain from its base to peak. Elevation gain is 1250 m. The trail is initially forested until about the top 1500 m which are above the tree line. The mountain is also a perfect pyramid and is the first major peak on the edge of the range. All this adds up to amazing, distant, 360-degree views.


The top mile or so of trail was snow-covered and made for good sliding on the way down. Peak had cornices. New shoes gave me blisters.

Gregory Neverov on 22 Apr, 2012
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