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North America, Canada, Canadian Rockies, Dolomite Peak

(2) Pipestone Croup Dolomite Peak, 9828 ft. First ascent, June 30. J. M. Thorington, P. Kaufmatin. From Bow Lake by way of rock slides and meadows across a high shoulder to the foot of Dolomite pass. The fourth tower, counting from the north, is the highest point. The head of the valley is rounded to a point on the west slope between the third and fourth towers. A rib and a long, narrow snow-couloir form the line of ascent to the depression between these towers. The highest tower then requires a traverse on its face until a snowy cleft, immediately north of the highest point is reached. Bow Lake to foot of Dolomite pass, 3 hours 30 minutes. Descent to Bow Lake, 4 hours, 30 minutes.