Peak 11,300 Rock Climbing
Taken from around the same spot as the Puryear gui...
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Peak 11,300 is one of the last high points on the southeast spur of Denali. The peak is located off of the west fork of the Ruth glacier just north of Mount Huntington.
The peak is often approached from any of the common landing areas in the Ruth gorge. Landing at the base of the south west ridge is also possible.
An alpine rock rack, pickets and 4-6 ice screws. Most of the climbing is on rock and snow, but ice screws may be needed for the final 500' and the upper part of the descent.
Puryear's guidebook suggests 1-3 days for the climb and 6-12 hours for the descent. Allow more time for the descent if the upper part of the SE ridge is mostly ice.
Climbing Season For the Denali National Park area.
Weather station 41.9 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Classic Climbing Routes in Peak 11,300
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Peak 11,300:
Featured Route For Peak 11,300
South West Ridge 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
: Denali National Park
: Peak 11,300
Description This classic route deserves a spot on every aspiring alpine climber's to-do list. The ridge offers sustained moderate difficulty with over 4000 ft of vertical rise in an amazing setting. The rock quality is generally good and objective danger acceptably low. Joe Puryear's guidebook has a very detailed description and topo. Here's a summary that's meant to supplement that description. - Start on the LHS of the ridge at 7,000'. Climb 40-50 degree snow for about 1,000' to reach the ridg...[more] Browse More Classics in Alaska
By George Bell
From: Boulder, CO
Sep 23, 2008
This peak should be under "Ruth Gorge".