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By Tom Rangitsch
From: Lander, WY
Sep 15, 2008
|I am posting this area just to see if anyone has ever climbed here. We took a trip this weekend to scope out new route potential and found a really good 350 foot arete route that we want to go back and try to free next week. It was a fun trip and the place is magical- good rock with LOTS of potential for adventure climbing. It is in the middle of nowhere and the approach is pretty epic, but for the climber with the right mindset (i.e. first ascents in a remote setting) it would be a great area to check out. Please post any information you might have.|
By the Ascender
From: . . . CO
Dec 21, 2013
Yes, spectacular place.
Climbed here two times between 2003 and 2006.
Very remote. Rock was mostly very solid (lime) and very sharp.
A few trad/clean routes and TR's were done on the far eastern side of the Ferris'.
Wife and I called it "Two Springs" (camping and climbing site) - the finest, coldest spring water. . . absolutely lovely.
4x4 with clearance was an absolute must-have.
Tom and crew were a good ways west of our play area.