Type: Trad, 400 ft, 4 pitches, Grade III
FA: Bob Kamps '59
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Shared By: John Gunnels on Mar 5, 2007
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Access Issue: June Voluntary Climbing Closure and Seasonal Raptor Closure Details


If big crack are your style, then enjoy this beauty. The crux is not technically difficult... just awkward... and comes mid pitch one.

P1: Begin with the initial moves of Belle Fourche Buttress. Continue up the wide crack to the top of the buttress. This is a 150 ft. pitch... SAVE THE GAS! Most parties rappel from the anchors here.

P2: Continue straight up to the large roofs. Traverse left a couple cracks and climb through the roof about 50 ft. to a large belay ledge.

P3 & 4: Same as Casper College.


Between Burning Daylight and Belle Fourche Buttress.


Standard Tower rack with extra 3 & 4 inch pieces. Maybe even a #5 Camalot?


Lucas Barth
Yosemite, CA
Lucas Barth   Yosemite, CA
A #5 and #6 are certainly useful. If you didn't bring anything bigger than a number 4 the upper half would be very runout. Jul 3, 2016