Titcomb Basin was named for Harold Titcomb, who visited the area in 1901.
The most common approach is from the west. From Elkhart Park Trailhead, take the Pole Creek Trail, Seneca Lake Trail and Indian Pass Trail into the Basin. Area maps are useful.
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North Ridge 5.6 WY : Wind River Range : ... : Ellingwood Peak
The North Ridge of Ellingwood is one of those Rocky Mountain alpine adventures that is familiar-sounding to many, but few actually put in the miles required to climb it. You'll find significant sections of 5.5 - 5.6 climbing on almost all of the 10 pitches on this route. The crux will vary a bit depending on the exact path chosen, but expect all manner of 5.6 climbing, including face, cracks, and overhangs. The rock is overall of very high quality, but don't forget that it's still the mountai...[more] Browse More Classics in WY