Type: Trad, Alpine, 5000 ft (1515 m), Grade V
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tom Gnyra on Apr 17, 2019
Admins: Dave Rone, Tom Gnyra

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If you need information for this route you may want to think about doing a few more classics off the more common peak/climb list first. This is the obvious hike / climb / alpine objective of walking across the sky on the Rundle Range.

Many have described it as mostly scrambling with some technical climbing. I've heard as little as 16h to complete to people doing this in multiple days. Really depends on your endurance, speed and comfort level. 

Dow Williams has a great post on Summit post about this traverse. Other 3rd party information is readily available online.


Generally people either start with the obvious EEOR trail or the WEOR trail. From there, using a combination of good navigational skills, technical climbing and decision making, and beta is key to success.


Axe or Poles, small alpine rack, bivy gear, short rope, good boots.


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