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Sugarloaf's Stepchild

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Submitted By: Karl Kiser on Jun 18, 2012
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Description 

This formation is the west facing shoulder below and left of Sugarloaf.


Getting There 

Use the approach to the North Face of Sugarloaf but stop a little short and approach the cliff band to the left.


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