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asmrzRoute Climbed: The crest from the South to the North Tower Date Climbed: September 01, 2002  Sucess!


Shauna Hermes, Liz Morelli, Michael Gordon and I did this fantastic climb in one day from the car, parked at HWY 120. We started at 04:30 and came back at about 6:00PM, a long day. We climbed as two parties of two and had a grand time. Decided to rap off at the North Summit as we were slowing down and it was now 1:00 PM. This route is an incredible tribute to Ellen and Chuck Wilts, Honorary Members of our SCMA club. They pioneered the route in the 40s. Thank you Mrs. Wilts (if you happen to read this message)!
Posted Nov 14, 2002 3:43 pm

ronRoute Climbed: south to north traverse Date Climbed: sept.20, 2002  Sucess!
A classic indeed. Car to car in 10 hours, with 3 hours on the route. Take the first lead and run it to the start of the ridge. A true classic pitch with REALLY fun sections. Thought the last section to the summit was kinda wierd. A great day, one to never forget. The approach from Budd Lake is really enjoyable, with great views throughout. Take a light rack medium cams and a long rope.
Posted Sep 23, 2002 7:14 pm

Craig PeerRoute Climbed: South - North Date Climbed: 1976  Sucess!

Craig Peer

This really is a classic. I found an old Alcoa Aluminum carabiner at the base too!
Posted Sep 23, 2002 11:44 am

darinchadwickRoute Climbed: South to North Traverse Date Climbed: August 2001  Sucess!


Everybody loves the climbs they've done, but this really does stand out as being just an awful lof of fun. Did it from the car in a day. Didn't complete the whole traverse, but rapped from the summit.
Posted Mar 31, 2002 6:26 am

brandonRoute Climbed: South to North Traverse Date Climbed: September 2000  Sucess!


Man is this one of the climbs in the Sierra not to miss!!!! Fun climbing to get on the crest, fun pitches to get on the towers. And you'll never see anyone over there. I think the summit log goes back to the early 80's, and its a little book.
Posted Sep 18, 2001 4:20 pm

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