Fun climb in a beautiful area. Took a little longer than expected since we had to take our time and use laser focus in a few sections. The summit register (a rusty tin can covered in foil) listed only two prior ascents. I know of at least one other group that has been up there, but this peak doesn't see many visitors. Here’s a trip-report and some photos.
One of the more interesting route finding peaks in the range (that I've done). Had a great scramble with Dave P over a some steep,loose, and solid terrain. Stretches of solid rock and an interesting finish made this one of my favorites. There's mostly Class 2-3 with a sprinkle of Class 4 thrown in here and there to help keep laser focus. We rappelled down a steep, loose gully to avoid a tenuous down climb.
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