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Day 2: Up early to beat the heat, we packed and headed over the col between Mt. Blum and Hagan Mountain, down past Berdeen Lake, up onto Mystery Ridge we climbed Mystery Peak , and then were forced off the ridge to avoid a difficult section of scrambling. We finished the day with an exhausting scree climb back onto Mystery Ridge where I promptly plopped down to rest and swat flies while Tim and Steve searched for a camp with water.
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A distant shout confirmed they found a nice spot and I staggered the final vertical feet to our home for the night. Day 3: As the sun rose, we could see North Despair. We left our heavy packs in camp, climbing quickly and unencumbered to this aesthetic summit. After returning to camp in the late morning, we dropped to Jasper Pass, battled up the brushy ridge toward Pioneer Peak and climbed easy rock to its summit.
As the sun sank, we dropped to the col between Pioneer Peak and Mt. Crowder, then made a short climb to a spectacular camp on heather benches on the west side of Crowder after about 12 hours of constant effort. Day 4: We moseyed up Crowder, where we dried out the summit register entries and added our own scrap of paper to the handful of names going back decades. Some peaks have had fewer than 20 recorded ascents.
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We ran into two ptarmigan along the summit ridge, calling back and forth as they hopped from rock to rock, trying to avoid taking flight; they blend in so well that it is harder for predators to see them on the ground than in the air. Back at camp, we stuffed our packs and then carefully backed down a degree snow gully to a sloping bench that led around the north side of Crowder on a somewhat forgotten route.
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Despite this unearthed beta, we still had some shenanigans, including a couple of brushy rappels. After finally emerging onto easy snowfields, it was an easy slog up 1, vertical feet to Pickell Pass and my favorite camp of the trip. Day 5: Rest day! Well, sort of.
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