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If you approach from Pine Creek you will eventually contour around from the west to get to the start of the arete, at the same elevation as the start of the arete (it's pretty obvious, if a little devious). When you reach the tiny forest below the east face, scramble up the front of this little buttress, then traverse about 200 feet right to the base of the first pitch. In this image, the NE Arete is basically the right skyline.
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If you approach from Pine Creek you will eventually contour around from the west to get to the start of the arete, at the same elevation as the start of the arete (it's pretty obvious, if a little devious). When you reach the tiny forest below the east face, scramble up the front of this little buttress, then traverse about 200 feet right to the base of the first pitch. In this image, the NE Arete is basically the right skyline.

Submitted By: Peter Lewis on Sep 12, 2013
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Northeast Arete (5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b )
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