The rock buttress below the main Millicent-Wolveri...
This NE Facing Crag described here is to the North of the main Millicent - Wolverine Saddle. If descending this couloir, the climbs will be to your right on the first spur of a few spurs of granite. The North and NE side of Wolverine Peak between Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons has many spurs and buttresses with granite of impeccable quality.
Alpine granite with great ambience in a beautiful setting.
If approaching from the top of the Millicent lift, about a 15-20 minute approach is all that is needed. Otherwise, if approaching from Brighton or Alta, expect a longer hiking time.
A Sport Climb in an alpine arena. The latin name for Wolverine translates to The Glutton. Pitch #1: Climb up a ramp clipping the first of 9 bolts to the top of the buttress and a two bolt belay ledge. Rappel the route back into the couloir or walk off. ...[more]Browse More Classics in UT