Cliffed off again! This time, the tower which George, John, Roger, and I had ascended was only 5 feet lower than the true summit. Unfortunately the true summit was still 100 feet away. Last Tuesday we did a nifty traverse of the west ridge of WCP-10. The summit seems too tiny for its two cairns (who built those things anyway?), but it has a great view. WCP-10 is more like a peak in the Sawtooths than its gentler White Cloud neighbors. The traverse to Caulkens Peak was also a kick.
George and Roger on West Ridge
The crux is a steep, loose corner about 100 feet from the top
Pat and John on the top
George, John, and Roger on the East Ridge of Caulkens
Looks like big fun. Thanks for sharing.
What was between you and the true summit?