My Second Fifty Mountains

 Posted by on June 7, 2010  Add comments
 

This next set of fifty peaks started with scrambles at a time in my life when I was at a boundary. I now know there are noble pursuits in life outside academic circles or raising a family that are worthy of an individuals passion and effort.

Let me make this abundantly clear. I love Canada’s Mountains.

Below is the start of my next list of fifty mountains in the Canadian Rockies that I have scrambled. Please click on each mountain to read a story.

Mountain      Date Area Style Alt. M. Vert. M
51. Belmore Browne Pk. Fall 2001 Kan Group x x
52. Kinderlsy Summit Spring 2002 Koot Group x x
53. Mt Edith August/02 Banff Alone 2554 x
54. Mt. Lawrence Grassi Aug/26/02 Banff Alone 2685 x
55. Saddle Mountain Sept/1/02 Banff Alone 2433 x
56. Mount Aylmer Sept/18/02 Banff Alone 3162 x
57. Mount Field Sept/20/02 Yoho Group 2643 x
58. Redstreak Mountain Sept/28/02 Koot Alone 2118 x
59. Sanson Peak June 16/03 Banff Alone 2256 x
60. Sulphur Mountain June 16/03 Banff Alone 2451 x
61. Mount Collembola June 28/03 Kan Alone 2758 x
62 Tower of Babel July 8/03 Banff Alone 2310 450
63. Panorama Mountain July 19/03 Col Alone x 1500
64. Mount Goldie July 19/03 Col Alone x 1500
65. Vermilion Peak July 27/03 Koot Alone 2636 1250
66. Mount Sparrowhawk Aug 1/03 Kan Alone 3121 1350
67. Tangle Ridge Sept 4/03 Jasper Alone 3000 1000
68. Gap Peak Sept 26/03 Kan Alone x x
69. Rimwall Summit Sept 28/03 Kan Alone 2700 x
70. Banded Peak Oct 2/03 Kan Alone 2934 x
71. Middle Sister Oct 6/03 Kan Alone 2769 x
72. Mount Burgess Jul 2004 Yoho Group 2599 x
73. Mount Carthew Jul 2005 Wat Group 2636 x
74. Mount Whitehorn Mar 2006 Banff Alone x x
75. Grizzly Peak Mar 2006 Kan Group x2500 x800
76. The Whistlers Sept 2006 Jasper Group x x

Legend:
Kan=Kananaskis Country; Van=Vancouver; MRbb=Mt. Robson Provincial Park; Koot=Kootenay National Park; Crows=Crowsnest Pass; Col=Columbia (Rocky Mountain Trench);
Wat=Waterton National Park
Mtn.=Mountain; Mt.=Mount; Pk.=Peak; =;
¿=non-sequitor, does not compute

The dreamer whose dreams are non-utilitarian has no place in this world. In this world the poet is anathema, the thinker a fool, the artist an escapist, the man of vision a criminal.

Henry Miller
1891-1980, American Author

A thing of beauty is a joy for ever: Its loveliness increases; it will never pass into nothingness; but still will keep a bower quiet for us, and a sleep full of sweet dreams, and health, and quiet breathing…

John Keats
1795-1821, British Poet