Lost Mountain (Anderson-Bauerman Traverse)


 

Trip Details
Mountain Range: 
Mountain Subrange: 
Attained Summit?: 
Yes
Trip Date: 
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Summit Elevation (m): 
2,512
Summit Elevation (ft): 
8,242
Elevation Gain (m): 
1600
Total Distance (km): 
22.00
Difficulty Notes: 

Easy hiking and scrambling on grass / shale with some easy route finding.

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Trip Report

After summiting Anderson Peak, Wietse, Keith, Anne-Marie and I continued on to Lost Mountain. The skies were getting thicker and darker as we descended 200 meters down Anderson and started the trek over and up to Lost. The wind was still very light and we weren't getting rained on yet so all was good and we enjoyed the scenery on our traverse.

 

Getting up to Lost from Anderson is really no big deal. Once at the summit of Lost we took some quick pictures, had a bite to eat and then dropped back down on our traverse to Mount Bauerman. Little did we know that there was another peak in between.

 


[Descending Anderson Peak on the traverse to Lost Mountain.]


[Wietse approaches Lost.]


[Looking back at Anderson Peak from near the summit of Lost Mountain.]


[Vern on the summit of Lost Mountain.]


[Descending towards Kootenai Brown Peak.]

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