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Ingalls Peak South Ridge

The Okanogan-Wenatchee Nation­al For­est is home to a sea of peaks that beck­on to be climbed, among the finest is Ingalls Peak. Rsing above Ingalls Lake, which is often snow cov­ered late into the sum­mer, the South Ridge is a bur­nished red slab with mod­er­ate expo­sure, great intro­duc­to­ry lev­el climb­ing, and spec­tac­u­lar views. 

Anoth­er clas­sic line on Ingalls Peak leads you up the East Ridge. With a few hard­er moves than the South Ridge, it offers a bit more chal­lenge, but still a very approach­able climb for begin­ners to enjoy this desir­able peak. The reward is the same, unpar­al­leled views and Mt. Stu­art, and Ingalls Lake now far below, and wait­ing for the bold climber to take the plunge after the descent into its icy waters — wahoo!

This climb is done on a cus­tom basis. 

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  • Ingalls Peak South Ridge

    from $650 – 1-2 Days

    • 1:1 - $1,000 per person
    • 2:1 - $650 per person

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  • Ingalls Peak South Ridge

    from $650

    1-2 Days

    • 1:1 - $1,000 per person
    • 2:1 - $650 per person
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Elevation

7,662 ft / 2335 m

Route

South Ridge

Grade

II 5.4−5.6

Difficulty

Beginner

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