This was one of those peaks where during the whole climb you think all your effort will be futile, right up to the last 30 feet. And then you make it. Which makes the entire climb seem just that more worthwhile. Glad I could share it with Super Dave.
Great peak in one of my favorite areas in the White Clouds. Got shut down on a solo attempt a couple years earlier, but came back with reinforcements. Climbed WCP-6, then traversed over to WCP-5 and up the gully between the summit towers. The crux is a section of steep and exposed crumbling class 4 rock below the summit. Made a quick scree descent down the south face. Here's a trip report and some photos.
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