12 miles of hiking • 7750' elevation gain • 2 nights
Really fun climb. We hiked in to a base camp on Ingalls Creek, then spent the next day scrambling up 4500 feet of granite. Only sketchy in one spot really with loose dirt and rockfall. The upper couloir is supposed to have a persistent snow field, but not this year. Some rain came through on approach day and climb day was nice and cool. Views limited, but we really appreciated the cloud cover. Got to relax in camp on a second night and hike out on the third day.