Moderate Day Climbs

These moderate day climbs are perfect for climbers looking to gain multi-pitch experience or anyone wanting to climb Teton classics.

These moderate Teton rock climbs have a few things in common – they are all fun, with splendid climbing, great views, good rock, and sense of accomplishment.

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BAXTER’S PINNACLE
Baxter’s Pinnacle is a finger of rock in Cascade Canyon separated by a narrow notch from the much-shattered mass of cliffs beneath Cube Point. A short approach leads to an often-sunny south face with excellent rock. Seven pitches of moderate climbing lead to the famous last pitch, a steep, radically exposed face with a series of awkward moves that end with a layback and a long reach that ends right on the flat summit.
 
GUIDES’ WALL
Guides’ Wall, first climbed by Exum guides Richard Pownall and Art Gilkey in 1949, is at the bottom of the Southwest Ridge of Storm Point. he climb is directly above the trail up Cascade Canyon, and ever-present views of the major Teton peaks are as rewarding as the climb.
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Climber Having Fun on Guides' Wall - Photo: Weston Walker
Hmm, Where is It? - Photo: Weston Walker
Exum Guide Brenton Reagan on Guides' Wall - Photo: Weston Walker