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Mt. Stuart as seen from Sherpa Peak on July 22, 2001. The Cascadian Couloir comes up where the pink line is shown. At the fairly steep snowpatch, turn left and round the corner of the false summit. On the other side, I found some class 3-4 traversing was necessary to get up to the ridge between false summit and true summit. Then it was merely class 3 to the top (the last bit being across downsloping slabs).

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gimpilatorI think this line

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shows a variation while going over the false summit avoids the class 4 move. We went this way of the way up and came down over the top of the false summit which proved to be easier.
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KlenkeSubmitted by Klenke
on Jan 20, 2004 12:45 am

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Lat/Lon: 47.47530°N / 120.901°W
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