Climbed BCS last summer via NE ridge. Would have been easier to summit if traverse south had been made prior to meeting N arete at the ridge top. My recommendation is to to traverse South about 300 feet below the summit ridge and meet the summit without accessing the summit ridge until the end. Any questions feel free to email me. Otherwise a very cool climb. ZCANDO@COX.NET
I must say you nailed it right on the nose. I would like to add that if for some reason you decide to let your pack fall down to the snowy slope 300 ft below you, make sure you don't have your rappelling rope in it. Its kind of hard to rappel when your rope is already at the bottom of the mountain! Sound familiar ZCANDO??
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