This fine wall hosts several fine sport climbs in the 5.9 to 5.12- range. The rock is slightly less than vertical, and the climbing involves technical movement on pockets and crimpers, with an emphasis on good footwork. Since the wall faces kind of south-east, it gets morning sun.
These routes are on the left side of Corbet's Couloir as you head down it (skier's left).
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for North Side:
(02) Saxifrage 5.9 Sport, TR, Alpine, 70 feet
(01) Unknown 5.10+ Sport, TR, Alpine, 70 feet
(06) Nature Hike 5.11a Sport, Alpine, 85 feet
(05) Harebell 5.11b Sport, Alpine, 90 feet
Featured Route For North Side
This route is not mentioned in any of the guides I found, so feel free to add any relevant info about the route name, rating or FA. 5.10+ is my best guess at the rating; it felt noticeably harder than the 5.9 to its right, but also a bit easier than the 5.11s lower on the wall.Cruise up moderate, slabby terrain to some cool jugs at the third bolt. The fourth bolt, which is well-placed over a roof, is attained after a short runout on questionable rock. Figure out how to get your feet ov...[more] Browse More Classics in WY