What a neat little peak! Not much climbing, thanks to all the good beta on the web, but the exposure may get some folk, particularly on the 4th class (low 5?) climb to the top of the false summit. Advice: don't do that climb with a bulky pack. I took mine off half-way through, quite awkwardly, and stowed it in a mini-alcove. Bring up a 30' piece of thin cordage and haul packs.
One must marvel at the first folks who came up here -- finding the route, climbing that step where the tall ladder is now, on rock of uncertain safety. How long did it take them to find this one "easy" route?
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