Type: Ice, Snow, Alpine, 1000 ft, Grade III
FA: Dan Cauthorne and Bill Pilling
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Shared By: Jeff Hebert on May 7, 2015
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters

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Head straight up the couloir, starting at about 7,800 feet and finishing at about 8,800 feet. Depending on conditions, it may be a pure snow/neve climb, it may have some ice, or it may have some mixed climbing.

The route finishes just below the knife-edge ridge, which is gained and followed to the summit.

Descend the standard East Ridge.


From the classic East Ridge, hold at about 8,100 feet on a traverse to the North side of the mountain to an obvious notch between the North Ridge and the first rock spire. Find a rappel station and continue down to the West-facing cirque. Head South to the route.


Ice screws, pickets, and a small rock rack, depending on conditions