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One of the more prominent peaks in the Tetons, Nez Perce (nay pur-say) towers over the valley south of the Middle and Grand Teton. When approaching via Garnet Canyon, the peak is to your left (south) and makes up a large portion of the skyline. There are several technical climbs on just about every aspect, though some suffer from poor rock quality.
Hike up Garnet Canyon from the Lupine Meadows trailhead. Depending on your chosen route, ascend a couloir above the Platforms or continue up the drainage angling N of the Middle Teton.
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Featured Route For Nez Perce
Direct South Ridge, Garnet Traverse Variation 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c WY : Grand Teton National Park : Nez Perce
A variation to the Direct South Ridge that tackles the steep headwall near the top of the ridge. Where the main route traverses to the right, this goes straight up. We found the crux to be getting through the obvious black rock band about 100 feet up the buttress. A fixed pin here indicates you're on route. ...[more] Browse More Classics in WY
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