Two O'Clock Peak


Trip Details
Mountain Range: 
Mountain Subrange: 
Attained Summit?: 
Trip Date: 
Saturday, June 3, 2017
Summit Elevation (m): 
Quick 'n Easy Rating: 
Class 3 : you fall, you break your leg
Difficulty Notes: 

Part of a long traverse over several official and unofficial summits near Two O'Clock Creek in David Thompson Country.



Trip Report

In his trip report, Eric mentions that he side-hilled on the east side of Two O'Clock Peak before reaching the far ridge and then backtracking back up to the summit on blocky terrain. He also mentions that it might work better to access the summit directly from the Landslide col. Mike and I were about to find out as we slowly and painfully worked our way down the huge (and freaking loose) boulders and rocks down from the summit of Landslide Peak.


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Greetings! I have been sort of curious to explore up Bridge Creek, then try to get up to the col between Landslide and 2 o'clock Peaks and drop down into Landslide Lake. From what you described regarding the rubble on the ridge, would coming up and then dropping down the col into Landslide lake be a bad idea? We thought about doing it as a long day hike and then exiting down the Cline, or maybe as part of a short backpack. Curious about your thoughts. (we also considered going up Bridge and then catching a finger ridge up to the summit of 2 o'clock)

Hi! I think that would work fine, to be honest. A nice way to access Landslide Lake.

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