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Washington 1231

The Tooth & Snoqualmie Pass Alpine Rock Climbs

A classic climb on solid rock

First climbed in 1916, The Tooth is one of the most pop­u­lar alpine rock climbs in Wash­ing­ton. The Tooth offers many options, includ­ing the pop­u­lar South Face at 5.4, the steep East Face at 5.7, and exposed scram­bling on the West Face. The Tooth is the per­fect one-day alpine out­ing for the begin­ner to inter­me­di­ate climber. Locat­ed just a lit­tle more than an hour from Seat­tle, this is a con­ve­nient one-day must-do for any climber.

Also in the area are oth­er acces­si­ble peaks that make great one day climbs from Seat­tle and include Guye Peak, Chair Peak, and Mount Thompson.

These climbs are all done on a cus­tom basis. 

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  • The Tooth

    from $325 – Per Day

    • 1:1 - $500 per person
    • 2:1 - $325 per person

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  • The Tooth

    from $325

    Per Day

    • 1:1 - $500 per person
    • 2:1 - $325 per person
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Elevation

The Tooth: 5,604 ft / 1708 m

Route

South Face II 5.4: one of the most pop­u­lar routes in Wash­ing­ton
East Face II 5.7: Steep­er climb­ing with many vari­a­tions
West Face: Mod­er­ate 5th class and exposed scrambling.

Grade

II 5.0−5.7

Difficulty

Advanced Beginner

Climbers should have basic snow and ice-climbing skills and should be comfortable with glacier travel, which includes moving in a rope team, self arrest, and basic crevasse rescue. Basic knowledge and experience would be required for objectives with some rock climbing.

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