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Adapted from Summitpost.org:
This route is a fun technical rock route. This route is popular and can be crowded. Get to the climb early or try mid-week to avoid these crowds. Follow the trail to Ingalls Lake from the Teanaway Trailhead and pick the best route up the class 2 and 3 slabs and talus to the left. Look for the cleft between Ingalls North and South Peaks which marks the beginning of the South Ridge Climbs. Make a few class 4 moves up the gully to a ledge which begins the class 5 climbing.
Nearest Town: Leavenworth/Plain
Uses: Rock Climbing
Take the Wenatchee exit on I-90 and follow the signs to Wenatchee on State Route 970. Drive about 5 miles and turn left on the Teanaway River Road. Follow “North Fork Teanaway” signs for 23 miles to the road-end at the trailhead parking lot.
Leave It Better than You Found It. This should be every user’s goal. Pick up trash left by others, pull noxious weeds along your route, throw branches over unwanted spur trails, etc.
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