Type: Trad, Alpine, 900 ft, 6 pitches, Grade IV
FA: Greg Sievers, John Tormelheto, Dan Capalini, 7/1996
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Shared By: Greg Sievers on Nov 23, 2016
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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When we couldn't quite find the start of Winchester, we followed the obvious, slanting crack, which just led us to wonderful terrain.

P1: ascend a thin, smooth seam that angles up and right, 5.9R.
P2: start out on the right then pierce thru easy overhangs. Continue up and left, and up and left through the 'inverted staircase'. It looks much scarier than it is, 5.8.
P3: climb the very steep, left-facing dihedral ending on a rounded dome-like top of a pillar.
P5: broken rock yields easier terrain and ends on a very large ledge.
P6: walk around to the left/south side of the buttress, and choose a chimney that will take you to the summit.

Walk off to the west and drop into The Gash for the long way back or scramble north onto the top of the 4th buttress and find zig-zag descent shared with the gully to the south and a 3rd to 4th class descend to the base.

I will fill in these details as soon as I find my damn notes.


It is next to Winchester.


A standard alpine 1 & 1/2 rack up to a #4.


Greg Sievers
Bozeman, MT
Greg Sievers   Bozeman, MT
Pics & details to come, honest. Nov 24, 2016