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Mt. Dickey

Mt. Dickey Rock Climbing 


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Elevation: 9,545'
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Submitted By: Steven Lucarelli on Jun 12, 2007
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Large ice fall off the top of Mnt. Dickey.

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Description 

Mount Dickey is one of the most impressive peaks in the Ruth Gorge. It's east face is so enormous that it's hard to comprehend that it is actually a mile wide and 5000' tall. There are numerous routes on the south and east faces of this mountain but they are all very serious and committing. A more reasonable route to the top is via the west face which is a moderate 35 to 40 degree snow climb. For strong experienced parties there is still a lot of new route potential on this mountain.

Getting There 

Mount Dickey is located on the west side of the Ruth Gorge just south of Mount Barrill, it's impossible to miss.

Climbing Season

For the Denali National Park area.

Weather station 38.1 miles from here


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Rock Climbing Photo: The east face of Mnt. Dickey looking big.
The east face of Mnt. Dickey looking big.
Rock Climbing Photo: The reason why you don't access 747 pass from the ...
The reason why you don't access 747 pass from the ...
Rock Climbing Photo: Dickey on the left and Barrill on the right
BETA PHOTO: Dickey on the left and Barrill on the right

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