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Name: Phair Peak - By Fair Means
Starts: Sat May 24, 2014
Meetup: TBD
Return: Sat May 24, 2014

Registration opens: Thu Mar 20, 2014
Event category: Scrambling
Difficulty grade: B2/3(4)  [?]
For members only: No
Screening used: No
Max participants: 8

Organizer: Pardeep Longia
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Phair Peak is a beautiful mountain located Northwest of the well known Duffey Lake. I fell in love with this mountain when staring at it from atop Slumber Peak, which is directly North of Phair.

What I saw, was a beautiful gulley that bisects the North ridge of Phair. It doesn't look easy, but damn was it tempting. I am unsure of the difficulty for this trip truly. We may want to bring rope to protect the ridge as we climb. In addition to the couloir route, there is also a viable route which cuts up the Phair-Molybdenite col. The approach to the col could be made from either the Southeast or Northwest; there are FSRs on each side. 

As you may have gathered, I am still debating which route to take. I will do more research, and decide closer to the trip date. I would like to thank Alastair Ferries for bringing this mountain to my attention. If it wasn't for his Slumber Peak trip, I wouldn't even know that Phair existed.

We will car camp nearby the peak on Friday May 23rd.

Trip Photos
Vantage of Phair's North aspect from Slumber Peak.
_Vantage of Phair's North aspect from Slumber Peak.
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