ty posting again....matt johnson and i returned to the tetons last week. this time we would be sending on rock and not snow....we aspired to do the whole exum, but pussed out in cold morning temps and 30 mph winds and opted for the sunny upper exum ridge. great climb! here is matt leading the open book pitch...later, ty
Saturday, July 26, 2008
Thursday, July 17, 2008
Saturday, July 12, 2008
A great day for a morning climb up this amazing face, the northeast gully takes the center of the face, through the prominant red band and to the red saddle left of the summit. Class 4 scrambling on this odd but solid, colorful schist rock gains you 4200ft of elevation and a panoramic summit. This route was first climbed in 1930!