Type: Trad, Alpine, 4 pitches, Grade III
FA: A. Czecholinski, K. Wade
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Shared By: Bill Duncan on Jul 13, 2010
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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The following description is the one reported by the FA party. Longer ropes will make short work of this route.

Pitch 1: Start just right of the prow of the ridge, and climb a long pitch via faces and cracks up to the right to reach a large ledge.

Pitch 2: step right and climb cracks and a chimney for another long pitch to a belay right on the arete of the ridge.

Pitch 3: climb up the face and ridge (easy 5th), with some exposure to the left, for about 100'.

Pitch 4: continue up a short corner to a ridge, and follow it for 2 easy long pitches to the summit.

Descent: climb down to a small notch to the east, from where a 150' rap reaches a gully. Scramble UP this gully to a point where you can cross the ridge to the right. This is the ridge connecting the spire with the massif. Descend the scree gully back to the lake.


This is the large spire directly east of the Hayden Lake outlet.


Standard alpine rack.


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