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Submitted By: rufusjmiller on Nov 13, 2010
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Narwhol is somewhat secluded, shady area with great potential. It gets its name from the twisted tree at the base. Email me: rufusjmiller@yahoo.com if you want the full tour of the North Sister area. Hurry, winter is coming.

Getting There 

Take Hidden Fawn Trail to intersection with the Dedisse Trail. Now head northwest and hike up a faint animal trail to near the top of the North Sister. Look for a 20 feet overhanging wall that will be on the right.

Climbing Season



Weather station 1.7 miles from here

2 Total Routes

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Deadly Catch on left. Open proj on right. Have fun...

Deadly Catch V6 7A  CO : Morrison/Evergreen : ... : Narwhol
On the left side of the overhang, fire for a sharp hold up and right. There are good crimpers straight up to the top. The sit start goes. Also, try to go right after latching the deadly catch lunge. It would be a killer problem. The problem 10' to the right has not gone. Be my guest....[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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By Luke Childers
Oct 30, 2013
This area has been climbed at for sometime, although not visited much. As early as 2000 or before? Not sure there's FAs around here, but it's The Sisters? Who knows? Lol. Anyway, great spot and thanks for posting and getting info up! Let's get out.