Citadel, East Face, Hypa Zypa Couloir (http://publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/13201212809/Citadel-east-face-Hypa-Zypa-Couloir Fantastic, steep ice runnels up the major couloir system left of Supa Dupa Couloir. More ice and mixed climbing brought us to an intersection with the south ridge, switched to full rock mode and used a mix of free and aid, poor-quality, run-out rock. Hypa Zypa Couloir (1300m, VI 5.10R AI5+ M6+ A3) )
Augustin Peak, NE Face, SnickleFritz (http://publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/13201212840/Trident-Glacier-area-SnickleFritz-Augustin-Peak-northeast-face# A route on the southeast side of the ridge that divides the middle and north forks of the Trident Glacier. Mostly mixed climb in rotten condition, one bivy just below the summit ridge. After gaining the ridge crest, we descended from a col atop the ridge. We called the route SnickleFritz (1,500?, 5.9 A2 M5 80).)
Middle Triple Peak, Northwest Pillar, Hard Arteries. (http://publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/13201212131/Middle-Triple-Peak-northwest-pillar-Hard-Arteries The climb started with 500m of snow and ice, that led via a precarious traverse to the base of a superb pillar, topped by amazing snow ridges. We chose a direct line linking perfect cracks and icy corners via steep aid and mixed climbing. )
Kichatna Spire, The Message or the Money (http://publications.americanalpineclub.org/articles/12200914000/North-America-United-States-Alaska-Kichatna-Spires-Kichatna-Spire-The-Message-or-the-Money An obvious moderate ice gully to the left of Voice of Unreason (AAJ 2006, pp. 187-189) Easy climbing up the gully, we gained a col and launched into steep mixedclimbing, that led us on a circuitous path up the northwest face. At two-thirds height we intersected the North Ridge route proper, and followed it to the summit. Passages up to M6.)