From Holy Cross RidgePosted On:
2019-09-26, By: supranihilestInfo:
A super cool peak and definitely worth making the out and back trip to. From Holy Cross Ridge drop down the usual granite talus/boulders to the saddle and then march on the ridge crest past impressive, steep, smooth slabs. There may be trail segments here and there. A lot of the ridge is flat, then it kicks back past a couple of teeth (all Class 2) to the summit, which is an absolutely incredible, nearly smooth block of granite on one side covered with talus on the other. Look in awe at the face and be glad there's an easy route to the top. It took me about 50 minutes one way to/from Holy Cross Ridge.