Tuttle Slab Rock Climbing
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|Shared By:||Derek Field on Mar 8, 2019|
|Admins:||Chris Owen, Lurk Er, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes|
Directly across from the imposing South Face of Lone Pine Peak stands a modest (far less imposing) 1,500-foot slab. It faces directly north and thus bears a coating of brightly-colored lichen that gives the slab a brilliant green hue. Currently there are a handful of moderate routes that are worth doing.
There has been very little in the way of documentation of climbing activity on this peak, save for an internet article (link: summitpost.org/jim-s-buttre…) and the odd personal communication that I've had with those who have established routes on the formation. Some known routes are intentionally not mentioned here. Beyond this, I understand that there may still be unpublished routes on this formation. If you know of one, please send me a friendly email about it.
Trigger warning: Try to remember that my motivation for posting this area does not extend beyond the normal, routine, innocuous intention to publish one's own routes (i.e. routes that my partners and I worked hard to establish) on an internet resource (i.e. Mountain Project) where others can access the information and have a chance to repeat the lines themselves. Keep calm and carry on.
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