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North Couloir, Class 4 -

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Follow Rock Creek trail to south end of Long Lake. Follow inlet stream to Treasure Lakes, climb talus to north face. Climb the glacier to its end, and rock climb to the top. I skirted the glacier on the left. Not recommended as a solo though.

Submitted by: jv on 2004-04-24
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Route ID: 51747

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Onsight Onsight ascent by: jv on 1992-08-24 (View Climbing Log)

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I had only my Nike Lava Domes, so I clawed from rock to rock in the ice to gain rock between glacier and the impressive buttress on the left. Class 4-5 rock took me several hundred feet to a fissure filled with steep consolidated sand. I made it, but I don't recommend it.

Added: 1992-08-24