11,135 ft / 3,394 m


5,771 ft / 1,759 m


22 summits

Top climbing months

April   29%

March   12%

May   12%

Most climbed route

North Glacier

"Pretty good snow overall. Easy travel for the most part, some good turns in places. Happy to have crampons for the summit block. Awesome summit! 6 hrs up, 30 min summit stay, 50 mins descent. 7hr20mins round trip. " - jakefinnan, Apr 22, 2018
"7 hours of skiing up, 45 minutes of skiing down. Perfect weather, fairly cold above 2600m. Roped up for the majority of the glacier ascent, lots of snow and trail breaking especially on the top crux. Skied down unroped, great snow in some sections!" - BobbyG, Apr 4, 2017
"Stymied by whiteout and active avalanche conditions. Watched 1 inch deep snow crack everywhere suggesting widespread instabilities even though that snow was hard to even ski with rocks protruding." - alexjoseph, Mar 2, 2014
"Snowshoed up mount Hector as a spring trip. Conditions were great and foot penetration wasn't too bad. The gully right before the summit had ice in it and you definitely needed crampons to get through it. Many skiers were turned back as they didn't have crampons. " - dkmountainman, Apr 28, 2012



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