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christophbenells

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That is Mount Providence, not Mount Hunter. The southeast spur of Hunter is not visible in your photo, it is far to the right.

 

 

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Jim Hall, Nick Lewis, and Paul Ramsden made the first recorded ascent on May 19, 1997, via the south face (see pages 220 and 221 of the 1998 AAJ). Sam Johnson and Jay Piggott climbed "Divine Providence" on the south face to the west of the Hall-Lewis-Ramsden route in late May 2004 (see pages 193 and 194 of the 2005 AAJ). In 2005 Kelly Franz and Ken Glover reportedly attempted the east ridge of Mount Providence. I don't know whether they were successful, though.

 

 

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WCC's info is the same as what I have. I seem to recall that the 2005 team did not succeed in climbing the east ridge, but I'd have to dig further.

 

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