Tarryall Tower Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Ken Trout on Mar 27, 2008|
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Lost again on the approach!
Two of the hardest Tarryall Tower routes were put up on the West Face by Strappo Hughes, Kirk Miller, and Gerry Rock (late 1980s). These routes are about three pitches long. Both aid and bolts where used sparingly. These routes were never reported in any journals.
Routes by Strappo Huges, Kirk Miller, and Gerry Rock.
View down Lost Creek from the base of the Tarryall Tower Crack.
From the trail-head, hike down Lost Creek about four miles, passing through the meadows of East Lost Park along the way. Most of the hike is along a flat and easy trail.
Tarryall Tower approach.
After the junction, where the Wigwam trail turns left, the "Brookside" trail is less well maintained. A mile past the Wigwam junction the trail runs close to the creek, then starts dropping steeply. At some point the path must be abandoned to traverse/ascend steep brushy mountainside up to the tower. There is no climber path of any kind.
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