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CALVERT'S RIDGE | MOUNT GLORY | TETONS (SOUTH-TETON PASS) | WYOMING | UNITED STATES
Date Created: 12/17/2008
Last Updated: 12/17/2008
|Skiable Vert:||2200 ft|
|Climbing Vert:||1600 ft|
|Top Elevation:||10000 ft|
|Trailhead Elevation:||8400 ft|
|AVG Ascent Time:||1 hour|
|Steepest Section:||25-35 Degrees|
|Slope Type:||Ridge, Chute|
A safer alternative off Glory. A nice gentle ridge leads to a stepper treed slope on the west side of Glory and leads you into the Coal Creek drainage.
From the top of Teton Pass follow the standard Glory Boot Pack directly across from the parking lot.
Head west from the summit and follow the ridge that extends southwest. At the end of the ridge ski west down a steep face and follow the Coal Creek Drainage out to the Coal Creek parking lot. Or you can head east and ski the east face which is a little less dense with trees. This will also funnel you to the Coal Creek parking lot. You will need to shuttle or hitch a ride back to your car.
The top of the pass is always crowded so park at the coal creek lot and hitch up.
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