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I'm planning a trip to Little Switzerland the last week in May. We are looking for anything from 3rd/4th class snow/rock/ice scrambles up to about 5.7/AI3. I have the Supertopo but it doesn't give much info on the easier routes. The Talkeetna Ranger station didn't have much in there books either, but they all said "sure there is lots of that on the Pika".

 

Anybody have any info on the easier routes around the area? As of now we are just going to show up and go for anything that looks fun.

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I was there last June and can point you in the right direction. Gev me a few days as I'll working for a bit, but my email is calderjp@gmail.com. I can send some pics as well if you want.

 

The place is so much fun. Get ready for a great trip!

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