Mt. Aberdeen

  • Description

    This is a great local peak to climb and can usually be combined with Haddo Peak (3070m) for a double summit. The views throughout the day are absolutely stunning and the atmosphere while traveling through the terrain is fully exhilarating. These peaks are big and require full-day efforts but fortunately, the terrain technical requirements are never more than some low-angled slow and ice. This being said, every year the glacial tongue gets slightly steeper and steeper. Expect to start early in order to get down at a reasonable time or plan to bivy closer to the glacial toe and save a few hours of hiking on the summit day.

    Aberdeen Glacier, East Slope (III 50°- 55° 200m). This is the most popular ascent route for climbers. Expect to start early and have a big day or take 1.5 days with a bivy. Like all big mountain peaks, summits are never a guarantee but there are some great consolation prizes if Aberdeen is too much or if conditions are not ideal.

  • Grade

    WI4+
  • Duration

  • Aspect

  • Length

    105m

  • Max Guiding Ratio

  • Directions

    This is a great local peak to climb and can usually be combined with Haddo Peak (3070m) for a double summit.
  • Approach

    This is a great local peak to climb and can usually be combined with Haddo Peak (3070m) for a double summit.
  • Descent

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