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Mount Neva
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Juliet 

Mod. Snow

   
Type:  Snow, Alpine, 300'
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Submitted By: Caelan on May 21, 2006

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Short but fun, note the climber at the narrowest s...

Description 

Begin at the 4th of July Trailhead and hike up to Arapaho Pass. From here, angle south and west, and hike around the east and south end of Lake Dorothy into the northeast cirque below Mt. Neva. Climb the Juliet Couloir which is the southernmost path of least resistance perpendicular to the ridge. It will be 1 or 2 Couloirs to the left of one with a Cornice. Be prepared to take the North Ridge as a possible Descent (Class 4).

Protection 

An Alpine Start. Snow Pickets & a Light Rack (for the North Ridge Class 4 descent) if desired.


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Started at the apron at 6 am 6-14-13. Snow not totally solid around one rock in the steepest section, perhaps someone with longer arms could reach up to plunge an axe all the way. Also some melting occurring requiring a zig zag. I would start it earlier if I did it again. Desdemona has a good-sized cornice on top.
BETA PHOTO: Started at the apron at 6 am 6-14-13. Snow not tot...

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