Dinwoody Glacier Area. Rock Climbing
Gannett from the Dinwoody Valley.
This is the glaciated area north of Titcomb Basin. It is dominated by Gannett Peak.
Several peaks in this area top out at over 13,000 Ft. Gannett Peak (13,804 Ft.) and Mt. Warren (13,722 Ft.) being the highest.
The usual approach is from Trail Lake Ranch on the Glacier Trail, 23 miles. Check area maps for other options.
Climbing Season For the Wind River Range area.
Weather station 20.0 miles from here
6 Total Climbing Routes
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Classic Climbing Routes in Dinwoody Glacier Area.
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Featured Route For Dinwoody Glacier Area.
Gooseneck Glacier Route 3rd 1- 1 I 1 M 1a Wyoming
: Wind River Range
: ... : Gannett Peak
From the top of Dinwoody pass you descend down a snowfield onto Dinwoody Glacier. From the glacier head north towards the base of Gannett. There is an obvious band of snow that connects Dinwoody Glacier to Gooseneck Glacier that you need to cross to begin the steeper part of the ascent. Once you cross the snow band, begin heading up the glacier until you are at the base of the couloirs that head up the southern flank of Gannett. Take the further left of the couloirs. The crux of the route b...[more] Browse More Classics in Wyoming