Looking up at the West Ridge from the second saddle described in the Ingraham guide ("You attain a saddle from which you can slip into the narrow gully which mounts between the W Ridges of the Wedge and Lost Peak").  When you get to this saddle, it's obvious that you're in the right place.  Photo was actually taken after scrambling onto the rocks just west of the tiny saddle.  The two "great parallel grooves" which mark the start of P1 are clearly visible.
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Robert Cort
Sep 5, 2010
Looking up at the West Ridge from the second saddle described in the Ingraham guide ("You attain a saddle from which you can slip into the narrow gully which mounts between the W Ridges of the Wedge and Lost Peak"). When you get to this saddle, it's obvious that you're in the right place. Photo was actually taken after scrambling onto the rocks just west of the tiny saddle. The two "great parallel grooves" which mark the start of P1 are clearly visible.

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