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A tent platform shoveled out of a slope at 16,300 feet, just below the first rock band and a few feet above a series of poo-encrusted bivy platforms.  Throw your waste off the route, folks, or use the Clean Mountain Cans issued by the National Park Service, so others don't have to live with your piles.  Todd Kube photo.

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A tent platform shoveled out of a slope at 16,300 feet, just below the first rock band and a few feet above a series of poo-encrusted bivy platforms. Throw your waste off the route, folks, or use the Clean Mountain Cans issued by the National Park Service, so others don't have to live with your piles. Todd Kube photo.

Submitted By: Paul Crowder on Jun 24, 2007
On this route:
The West Rib (Steep Snow )
Photo Of: Paul Crowder