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Jack Mountain- East Ridge

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Anybody out there with any beta on the descent of the south face. Is down climbing the ridge an option?

How about the approach, any tricks, or is it straightforward?

Thanks in advance for the help.

Rgds

 

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if the s face has good snow coverage and conditions it is prefered descent. if little snow s face is horror of loose rock.

east ridge is ok descent route tho slower, but better if s face not completely snow covered. it's a long hike over Crater col, dropping to Jerry lakes, and out the ridge to nice bivy spots. nothing tricky. usually Jack is 3 days RT

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