The north ridge approach on the Comanche Fin is a fun, not-too-exposed scramble directly up the ridge. This leads directly to the prominent splitter crack right on the prow. 
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Belay here and move right on airy but easy ledges, bulges, etc. rising to the summit block at 12,300'. Confident 5th Class climbers solo this, but I'd rate most falls an "x". 
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Once on the summit block, the challenging scrambling continues for a short while. Near the end of the ridge, negotiate a descent to the west le
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Rodney Ley 1
Jul 13, 2017
The north ridge approach on the Comanche Fin is a fun, not-too-exposed scramble directly up the ridge. This leads directly to the prominent splitter crack right on the prow.

Belay here and move right on airy but easy ledges, bulges, etc. rising to the summit block at 12,300'. Confident 5th Class climbers solo this, but I'd rate most falls an "x".

Once on the summit block, the challenging scrambling continues for a short while. Near the end of the ridge, negotiate a descent to the west le

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The north ridge approach on the Comanche Fin is a fun, not-too-exposed scramble directly up the ridge. This leads directly to the prominent splitter crack right on the prow. 
<br>

<br>
Belay here and move right on airy but easy ledges, bulges, etc. rising to the summit block at 12,300'. Confident 5th Class climbers solo this, but I'd rate most falls an "x". 
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Once on the summit block, the challenging scrambling continues for a short while. Near the end of the ridge, negotiate a descent to the west le