Type: Trad, Alpine, 200 ft (61 m), 3 pitches
FA: R. Woodsworth, G. Woodswort, R. Culbert, 1965
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Shared By: Gabriel Robinson-Leith on Jul 23, 2022
Admins: Mark Roberts, Mauricio Herrera Cuadra, Kate Lynn, Braden Batsford

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Originally graded at 4th class in Dick Culbert, A Climber's Guide to the Coastal Ranges of British Columbia. We felt that by modern standards it would be closer to 5.4/5.5 (a bit steeper than Tricouni North Ridge)

p1: 5.5 30m, straight up the corner to the top of a ridge. I was able to sling a block at the top.

p2: low 5th 20m, climb a few meters of low 5th to a wide ledge that you follow right and around to the backside of the co-pilot. 

p3: 5.5 15m, climb straight up a corner with a few hand crack moves up onto the summit block.

Descent: 2x30m raps down the NE Gully route.


Take the normal route up to Stadium Glacier. Easy snow slopes lead to the base of co-pilot. May be a lot of scree in late summer. We got off the snow around 49.63757, -123.09750 and scrambled up to the start of a corner. We began pitching it out from here.




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