as part of Peale/Tukuhnikavtz traverse. Slow down-climbing to find trustworthy holds, but not too difficult. Don't put too much faith in any particular rock. Don't think I'd like it if it had any remaining snow.
Most of the terrain is fairly gentle & rolling. So to come across this section of jagged rock was surprising and welcomed. The crux wasn't too bad and the rock was about 70%-30% in terms of quality (good-bad).
Made for an exciting 20 minutes or so.
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