Temple, Mount


 

Trip Details
Mountain Range: 
Mountain Subrange: 
Attained Summit?: 
Yes
Trip Date: 
Saturday, September 15, 2007
Summit Elevation (m): 
3,543
Summit Elevation (ft): 
11,625
Elevation Gain (m): 
1600
Round Trip Time: 
9.00
Total Distance (km): 
14.00
Quick 'n Easy Rating: 
Class 3 : you fall, you break your leg
Difficulty Notes: 

A fall on the crux would severely injure or kill so take necessary precautions. Due to its size, weather and conditions are the most likely hazards.

Map
Trip Report

On our way to scramble Nigel Peak and Mount Wilcox the day before, Rod and I had noticed that Mount Temple's northwest ridge (the scramble route) looked amazingly free of snow or ice. We were planning another day trip with Wietse for Saturday, September 15 2007 and since this was going to be my 150th peak and I've been waiting for the *perfect* day to do Temple, it seemed like the right objective. It was.

 


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Comments

I was looking for the trail instruction for the mt. temple, checked a few and your's was the best described with nice photos,
my friends group are planning to go one of these day in July/August so I was looking for the trail detail for them.
My last temple was 7 years ago and I was already over 60 and was one of the longest trip, but view was amazing not clear day like yours but smoky(forest fire)so your photos are so nice without any cloud and smoke, we screed down to shorten the time 5 hours up and 3 hours down,scree was not bad at all, just so fast,,,so I amazed some one like yours made 3 hours up thanks nice photo

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