Type: Trad, Alpine, 600 ft (182 m), 5 pitches, Grade III
FA: Adam Ferro and Vitaliy Musiyenko, 2017
Page Views: 180 total · 17/month
Shared By: Peter Throckmorton on Jul 22, 2022 · Updates
Admins: Chris Owen, Lurk Er, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer Ski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Access Issue: Certain Peaks: Access limited from May to October every year Details


This route follows the right face of the second main corner system from the eastern edge of the wall. Mostly all fun hand crack climbing

P1: Lots of cracks to choose from, we chose the best looking hand cracks and climbed them up to a small perch close to the middle of the corner system. 5.9 35M

P2: Continue up the right face full of different hand cracks. We slowly trend to the further right cracks as we climbed, but one can really take any path they wish. More of a hanging belay here wherever easiest. 5.10-  40M

P3: Continue up the slightly steepening cracks, and enjoy the jams and position as you work your way up the face. We stayed on the further right cracks, and eventually found a spot to exit right around the arete to a plush ledge. 5.10- 55M

P4: follow the corner off the ledge (a little grainy here) and trend up and left as the angle eases off and you find the path of least resistance to the top. 5.8 35M

P5: Continue to trend up and left to the summit, we found a nice little corner to follow that put us almost on top with just a few jugs to pull onto the summit block! 5.7 35M


locate the 2nd largest corner system from the right (East) side of the face. Draw a straight line down and you should find a ledge to start on. 


Standard alpine rack, doubles BD #0.3 - BD #3, optional BD #4