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An easier summit route than Southeast Ridge, this exposed scramble provides a nice way to reach Razorback from Wildcat. The climbing up the ramp is easy, even by 4th class standards, but it is also highly exposed. The gully below between Wildcat and Razorback is a steep drop-off away. Any slip could be fatal.
After descending off Wildcat to the North you will be in some brush just west of the saddle. Keep descending for another 20-40 ft to the start of an obvious ramp heading up to the right.
A light alpine rack is probably more than most climbers will even use. Some rappel slings may be found at the top.