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Submitted By: Nate Furman on May 2, 2007


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Elsie Col, Mt Warren, Doublet, and Mt Dinwoody (on...


The triple traverse climbs Mt. Warren, Doublet, and Dinwoody. It is an excellent moderate mountain adventure traversing a dramatic skyline via moderate 4th class and 5th class terrain.

Getting There 

Approach via Dinwoody Glacier. From the morraine below Gannett Peak, travel up Elsie Col. From this Notch, begin up Mt. Warren. The approach takes about an hour.

Climbing Season

For the Wind River Range area.

Weather station 21.4 miles from here

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The Triple Traverse 5.8- 5b 16 VI- 14 VS 4c Easy Snow  WY : Wind River Range : ... : The Triple Traverse
The Triple Traverse is a moderate, day-long traverse of Mt. Warren, Doublet, and Dinwoody in the Gannett Cirque. Ascents of the Les Dames Anglaises Spires in between Warren and Doublet are possible as well. We climbed the west aspect of the center spire at about 5.7. There are two particular cruxes; we encountered difficulties up to 5.8 on both Mt. Warren and Dinwoody. Had we looked for easier alternatives we probably would have found them. Mt. Warren: Easy climbing on the ...[more]   Browse More Classics in WY

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