Said by some to have the best views of any Sierra peak, Mt. Sill (14,162 ft.) is accessible to the non-technical climber from the southwest by a Class 2-3 route. Above is the view down the Glacier Creek drainage on this route by which the mountain was first climbed in 1903 (party led by Joseph N.LeConte).
To the left are the Sierra Club registers on the summit of Sill while below is part of the magnificent view to the south.
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