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The prominent peak as one heads up the Jackass Pass trail to the Cirque of Towers, on the West side of the approach just before Warbonnet Peak. It has a number of routes on it, that would make good half day outings, with relatively easy approaches from Big Sandy. The camping is good below the peak in the area just above the switchbacks out of Big Sandy Lake. Not nearly as crowded as Big Sandy or the Cirque.
From Big Sandy Lake, look for the peak to the west, and approach up the slope about 1/4 mile beyond the switchbacks out of the lake. This is just about before the stream crossing below the second big climb on the trail. Good camping can be had on the hills above here.
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Right Crack 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII E2 5b Trad, Alpine, 5 pitches, 500'
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Northeast Arete 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII E2 5b WY : Wind River Range : ... : Sundance Pinnacle
A proud line to the summit of Sundance Pinnacle. The crux splitter finger crack on the NE face/arete is visible as you begin the climb to north lake.The base of the route is accessed by 400ft of 4th and easy 5th class scrambling to a right facing 5.8 corner below the giant right corner offwidth. Ascend this corner trending right to a large ledge, 5.8 140ft. Climb a discontinouse crack system trending right to a nice right facing corner. Fire to the end of the crack and bust the Manley mantle. C...[more] Browse More Classics in WY
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