near the top, right below a tricky class 3 or 4 move. It was a long hike through Dry Fork/Pitamakin to the pass, but quite worth it for the views of the Nyack. I was very surprised when reading the register how seldom this mountain is summited!
Date likely wrong. Scouting around that cliff barrier I found a few promising spots up, but not without rock shoes and a spotter at very least. For descents you'd want rope certainly. I did not cover 100% of the mountain but it is pretty difficult to get to the summit, and the view improves very little from the goat trail and passes. Only for "completists".
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--Peter Gibbons (Office Space)