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South Gully/South Spur

Easy 5th, Trad, Alpine, 800 ft (242 m), Grade II,  Avg: 2.1 from 11 votes
FA: unknown
Washington > Central-W Casca… > Snoqualmie Pass… > Guye Peak > Summer-Fall (rock)


Ascends the obvious gully on the South side of Guye Peak. Cruxes involved negotiating chockstones and moving out onto and up the South Spur. Fun ramble close to the pass. Climbed in the summer, also gets climbed in winter under the right conditions.


Locate the obvious gully around the South side of the mountain, scramble up the gully until forced climbers' left onto the face for a little bit.


Small rock rack, single rope, slings for trees

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High on the South Spur
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Aaron Nash
North Bend, WA
[Hide Comment] I've never heard of this being done in the summer, but it is a fantastic winter climb. Steep snow, some AI2 and steps of AI3 can be had if conditions permit. Highly recommend! Aug 30, 2016
Brent Butler
Boulder, CO, Seattle Wa
[Hide Comment] I don't think i'll be recommending this to anyone soon for a summer time solo. Aside from discontinuous rock, vegetation, thick piles of pine needles, and gully looseness, the obvious access to the route involves trespassing. I'm sure its more enjoyable with the correct winter time conditions. Jul 31, 2019
Chris H
[Hide Comment] added a new page for this route for winter/spring alpine conditions with snow and ice:… Feb 24, 2020
Mike Preiss
Hobart, WA
[Hide Comment] I've done this route in spring/summer 4 or 5 times in the 90's (once solo) and thought it was good, not great but good training for bigger things Oct 17, 2020