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What Are Your Favorite and/or Best Climbs?

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Question for the masses; I've seen LFT and the Cirque on a few "Will not climb" lists. Just wondering why? It's not technically that difficult of a route; just long and remote. Is it just the logistics? I'm interested as I'm heading up there this summer.


I would love to go, but it is hard for me to justify the expense. If I am going to spend several thousands dollars to fly in and climb somewhere I would rather go into the Revelations or some other range in Alaska where I have either many route options or a single bigger objective (like the Cassin on Denali). Maybe someday, I'll have to see.


Blodgett Canyon is awesome. I haven't climbed any of the rock routes in there yet, but did ice climb Blodgett falls last winter. It is definitely a cool valley with some awesome looking spires.

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Beckey Chouinard

Grand wall with cruel shoes start and chimneys finish

Sunshine crack (bugs)

supercouloir (mont blanc du tacul)

Bear DNB







Something on the Diamond



Thin Redline

Salathe (free)

Highway 61

Town Crier (free)




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