Type: Trad, Mixed, Ice, Alpine, 350 ft (106 m), 4 pitches, Grade III
FA: Erik Wellborn, Phil Wortmann, September 2012
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Shared By: phil wortmann on Oct 9, 2015
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Toga is a great intro to Pikes Peak Mixed action. During the FA, we had a great pitch of ice to start it. However, the first pitch can be mossy and chossy when iceless, but the last 3 are splitter AF.

P1 - 100 feet. This is WI3-4 or M3ish depending on conditions. Start at the base of the gully that leads to the prominent, right-facing corner system of The Ole 6. Belay at the big ledge beneath an offwidth flake.

P2 - 80 feet. Climb the offwidth flake, then bust right ten feet to a splitter up the face to a nice belay stance, 5.6. The money pitch!

P3 - 100 feet. Continue straight up through parallel pick size cracks to a ledge on a block. 5.6/m5-?? Prolly the crux.

P4 - 80 feet. Go straight up enjoyable, somewhat mossy climbing to a mossy topout. Belay straight back 20 feet at a wide corner.

Scramble up 100 feet or so, and cross right over the top of TA to get back to the car.


On the Corinthian Column, this is just right of the big roof at the top.


Single rack, doubles #0.75-2. Some thin pins are nice.