Correction to Secor, Arrow Peak
by John Bees
Our descent down the south face of the peak was easy class 2 over talus and
sand to the first chute to the south of the peak. This was in contrast
to Secor's advice that this chute has a one hundred foot cliff and we
should take the second chute south of the peak. Despite Secor's admonition
to the contrary, we descended the loose class 2 chute down to glissade-able
snow fields and then to steep slabs above the creek were we had started
several hours before.
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