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