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
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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.


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.


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