Correction to Secor
by John Wakabayashi
Peak 11445 (highpoint on divide between Ferguson Creek and West Fork
Ferguson Creek) (Triple Divide Peak 15' quad elevation) I am not a big
believer in listing too many little blips on ridges, but this one does
rise 500 feet over the highest adjacent saddle and is the most
topographically prominent peak in the immediate vicinity. I climbed
this peak in September 1979 via the south ridge, which was mostly class
2 with some easy 3rd class. I found what appeared to be a small cairn
located below a low 3rd class chimney east of and below the summit
rocks,but no cairn on the summit. I left a cairn and a small film can.
The northeast ridge appeared to be class 2.
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