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Come climb Mt. Dana and North Peak via their respective couloirs. This is a semi-technical ascent of two Tioga Pass peaks and a good introduction to technical alpine climbing. Tioga Pass lies at nearly 10,000 feet and climbing both of these mountains will require a moderate degree of fitness and prior experience with multi-pitch climbing and basic snow and ice travel. Loaner gear is available to paid members. Maximum two climbers, recommended for those with SNOW 4, ICE 1, RCK 2 or equivalent experience.
Day 1: Tuesday October 2nd, 1PM. Meet in the Tioga Pass Resort parking lot then go for short hike to help acclimate and will go over plans for climb and sort gear. Camp near Lee Vining.
Day 2: Wednesday October 3rd. Up early for drive to trailhead at Tioga Pass (9,943). Hike to base of climb (about 3 hours), rope up and climb Dana Couloir, summit Mt. Dana (13,061) descend via Standard Route, camp near Lee Vining.
Day 3: Thursday October 4th. Another early start, drive to Saddle Bag Lake and hike in to North Peak base of climb, cross bergschrund and ascend via North Peak Couloir. Optional summit of North Peak (summit is 12,247 and couloir ends some 600 feet short of summit) descend past Conness Lake and back to car. Camp overnight or drive home that evening.
For more information or questions about this climbing event, please contact the listed event leaders, or firstname.lastname@example.org, or (916) 692-0005.
5209 Luce Ave. Suite A
McClellan, CA 95652