Type: Trad, Alpine, 350 ft (106 m), 2 pitches
FA: George Anderson, James Hutchings, and Jean Baptiste Lembert, 1877
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Shared By: Justin Johnsen on May 28, 2013
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description Suggest change

Follow the path of least resistance - or whichever variation catches your eye - up two pitches, to where the summit can be approached by a class 3 scramble.

Location Suggest change

At the gap between the middle and north domes of Mount Starr King. The obvious path of least resistance is the Southeast Face.

May be rapped with one or two 60+ m ropes. Another belay station was out of order when I visited; your mileage may vary, so as always have some slings and leaver gear handy.

Protection Suggest change

Standard rack. Not a lot of pro, but adequate and pretty typical of an alpine climb in the easy 5. range.

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