Elevation: 12,246 ft
GPS: 42.885, -109.332 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Benjamn P on Oct 9, 2017
Admins: Lauren Heerschap, Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg
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Access Issue: Climbing issues related to being on Wind River Indian Reservation land. Details

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This peak looks AWESOME! Steep, smooth rock with a year round snow approach. Someone should go explore more of it. See pics for current vague, know routes.

Getting There

A couple different options in the Native American Reservation of the Winds.

Best way is from downtown Lander, head north on 287 for 23 miles to Sage Creek Rd. At this left turn and entrance onto the road there will be a sign saying 20 miles to St. Lawrence Trailhead/Outpost. Continue on this paved road as it transition to a rocky dirt road (low clearance 2WD acceptable) till the trailhead.

Use maps to find well established trails to Moraine Lake and the northern drainage of Mount Lander.

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Benjamn P
Boulder, CO
Benjamn P   Boulder, CO
Eli, thanks for the information, but your attacking and non-humble message is not appreciated or appropriate. Please don't be rude or call people stupid or idiots, especially since it makes you like the latter. If I don't know the name of the peak those books don't help me provide route information, etc. Great that you know the name and hiked it from the easy ridge from the SW but that doesn't make you any better than me, who actually took the initiative to post something for others in the first place. Hiking the peak doesn't make you some expert, you didn't climb any new route or let people know of future opportunities. In the Kelsey guide book the route on the face I posted about is extremely vague and maybe someone will be inspired to explore and post better route details. That guidebook page is now posted on this page.

Eli if you want to be helpful and spread the word about new or hard to find climbing spots do so with care and consideration that someone might know and hopefully share more info about the area. I'm at least actively trying to let people know about climbing in remote areas and also personally working with the Access Fund to help establish new climbing areas. Nov 20, 2017