Shuttle route
Typhoon S Approach
Typhoon S Descent
Typhoon S Exit
Typhoon M Approach
Typhoon M Descent
Typhoon N Descent 2.6 mi
Typhoon N Up 2.4 mi
Typhoon N Approach 3.9 mi
Typhoon N Exit
Parking Dantes View (Trailhead for the Mount Perry Use Trail. Sections of the trail are hard to follow while other sections are very worn in. )
Typhoon North
Climb ridge
Leave ridge
MS1 30 (Rap 1 - Middle South Fork Typhon. Anchored from a cairn anchor and drops about 30 feet down a sloped wall. Rap 1 can be down climbed but the rock is loose and unstable. dTyphnMSFR1)
Shuttle
Typhon canyon
Leave trail
R14 30 (dTyphonMnR14 Rap 14 in Typhon Canyon. Anchored from a rock horn RDC and drops about 30 feet. (Data by bluugnome.com))
R13 85 (Rap 13 in Typhon Canyon. Anchored from choke stones RDC in a side chute and has about 85 feet of rope travel dropping over 2 stages. (Data by bluugnome.com))
MS6125 (Rap 6 is anchored from a cairn anchor and drops a total of about 125 feet. THe first stage is about 25 feet down a narrow flute in a white rock layer and the remainder is down a sloped wall with a few ledges. )
R11 180 (Rap 11 in Typhon Canyon. Anchored from cairn anchor and has about 180 foot of rope travel over 3 stages. (Data by bluugnome.com))
R12 (Rap 12 in Typhon Canyon. Anchored from a cairn anchor about 20 feet back and drops about 30 feet. (Data by bluugnome.com))
dC (Two drops that are significantly more difficult than the multiple down climbs up canyon of here. The first drop is about 35 feet and should be bypassed RDC. The second drop is about 15 feet and may give weaker down climbers trouble. (Data by bluugnome.com))
RDC (Series of larger drops witht eh first one being about 50 feet. These drops can be bypassed RDC along the rim. (Data by bluugnome.com))
MS 3 110 (Rap 3 is anchored from a cairn anchor and drops about 110 feet down sloped walls and a ledge about one third of the way down. )
dC arch (Down climb under and through and arch. This is a scenic treat in the canyon. While this drop can be rappeled by using the arch to throw the rope over; it may be best not to do that to avoid rope scars from pulling the rope over the arch. (Data by bluugnome.com))
R1 65
R2 50
R3 45
R4 85
R5 35
R6 40
dC (Drop of about 12 feet that is a fun slide down a deeply fluted pour off. (Data by bluugnome.com))
MS 2 90 (Rap 2 is anchored from a cairn anchor and drops over two stages of 40 feet and 30 feet using about 90 feet of rope travel. dTyphnMSFR2-3)
R16 30 (dTyphonMnR16 Rap 16 in Typhon Canyon. Anchored from rocks placed in cracks to make pinch points and drops about 30 feet. (Data by bluugnome.com))
R17 30 (dTyphonMnR17 Rap 17 in Typhon Canyon. Anchored from a pinch point between the canyon wall and a rock sticking up from the floor and drops about 30 feet. (Data by bluugnome.com))
R18 20 (dTyphonMnR18 Rap 18 in Typhon Canyon. Anchored from a choke stone and drops about 20 feet. (Data by bluugnome.com))
R7 30 (Rap 7 in Typhon Canyon. Anchored from a rock embedded in the wash and drops about 30 feet. (Data by bluugnome.com))
R8 (Rap 8 anchored from choke stone and drops about 30 feet. )
LDC (Drop of about 25 feet. Bypass LDC and drop back down to the canyon floor about 150 feet down canyon. (Data by bluugnome.com))
dC (Drop of about 40 feet which is bypassed RDC. (Data by bluugnome.com))
dC (The section of multiple small down climbs ends here where the wash opens up for a long section of wash walking. (Data by bluugnome.com))
dC (After about 0.25 miles of wash walking there is a drop here of about 8 feet. This starts a series of short drops. (Data by bluugnome.com))
dC (Startt of another series of down climbs. The first is 25 feet and easy follwed by a 12 foot slide down a flute which may give weaker down climbers a little trouble. Then 3 more easy drops of 6 to 15 feet each. (Data by bluugnome.com))
SF-SF (jTyphonM Confluence of the South Fork and Middle South Fork of Typhon. (Data by bluugnome.com))
Typhoon Bottom (Park a vehicle here along the highway for transportation after exiting the bottom of Typhon Canyon. (Data by bluugnome.com))
rock (Large rock fall with rock debris blocking the canyon floor. Easy to climb up and over the rock debris. (Data by bluugnome.com))
dC (Down climb of about 12 feet. Then a drop of about 20 feet. Then a long section of multiple small down climbs starts that goes for about 0.25 miles. (Data by bluugnome.com))
MS4 50 (Rap 4 - Middle South Fork Typhon. Anchored from a rock embedded in the wash and drops about 50 feet down a sloped wall with an awkward start over a small overhang. dTyphnMSFR4)
MS5 55 (This point is the top of rap 6. Rap 5 is anchored from a rock in the pour off at the top of the drop and drops over 3 stages of 10; 15 and 30 feet with the first two stages being down climbable. dTyphnMSFR5-6)
R9 100 (Rap 9 is anchored from a choke stone and drops about 100 feet. )
R10 85 (Rap 10 is anchored from a cairn anchor and drops about 85 feet.)
R15 40 (Rap 15 in Typhon Canyon. Anchored from a fractured looking rock at the top of the rap and drops about 40 feet to a narrow section with rock fall debris.)