6 pitches of awesome, classic semi-steep slab up a big corner easily visible from the Trans-Canada Highway. Descend down the easy hiking ridge. Look for the snail shells inbedded in the face on the upper pitches, but, try to avoid using them for holds. The ridge descent is straight forward. When rapping stay close to the ridge line...not as Banff Rock description advises. Don't rap the route unless absolutely necessary and watch for climbers below!
Submitted by: ihategrigris on 2006-08-21
Route ID: 18592