This is the left half of Eagle Crag. The climbs here are between 20 and 60m long and vary from 1 to 3 pitches. It is the easiest section of the main crag to navigate as the base area is uniform, running evenly along the bottom of the routes. Walk-off descents are straight-forward but most routes are set up with rappel ring belay stations.
Follow the description to Eagle Crag from the Beech's Mountain trail and hike toward the base of the Main Wall. Continue west (left) on the well-worn path until it arrives at a small open meadow. The path turns into the forest and comes right to the base of Lone Pine Arete. The rest of Lone Pine Wall runs to the left.
Climbing Season For the British Columbia area.
Weather station 6.0 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For West Wing
Lone Pine Arete 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a North America
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Climbs a steep arete at the right edge of the wall immediately in the trees above the little mossy meadow. Start from a small ledge (1 bolt bottom anchor). Climb a short dirty corner and then step left onto the clean rock. Make a delicate move up and left around the arete onto a face. Fun moves up the face to a small ledge and optional belay. Continue direct from the ledge keeping to the right side of the arete. Toward the top the difficulty eases....[more] Browse More Classics in International