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Titcomb Basin was named for Harold Titcomb, who visited the area in 1901.
The most common approach is from the west. From Elkhart Park Trailhead, take the Pole Creek Trail, Seneca Lake Trail and Indian Pass Trail into the Basin. Area maps are useful.
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West Face Dihedral 5.12b 7b 26 VIII+ 26 E5 6b WY : Wind River Range : ... : Fremont Peak
Pitch 1: Begin up an obvious crack that splits the slab (5.5) and gain the ledge. Follow this right and up toward the huge talus slope above. Over 70m, but simul-climbed. Be careful to not dislodge any blocks from the talus ledge onto your follower. Good gear the whole way.---Move belay up and right to the base of Triangle Tower (go around the snow patch).Pitch 2: 5.7, Follow a left leaning crack system to a ledge and then head toward an obvious Boulder for the belay. 70m.Pitch 3: 5.8, Move ...[more] Browse More Classics in WY
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