American Alpine Jounrna and Accidents in North American Climbing

North America, United States, Wyoming, Tetons, Bivouac Peak, South Face

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  • Publication Year: 1970

Bivouac Peak, South Face. In September Juris Christiansen and I climbed a new route on the south face of Bivouac Peak. The route begins under a large gray overhang capping an alcove just to the left of the huge pedestal in the center of the face and generally trends leftward, ending just to the right of the eastern summit. The route is mostly superb yellow rock. If the peak were not so isolated it would provide routes as popular as those on Symmetry Spire, although longer and more difficult. NCCS III, F7 or F8.

George Lowe

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