[NEW] Chouinard-Frost Chimney (5.9+, IV) Topo – Disappointment Peak, North Face, Grand Teton Nat. Park (2022)

An updated and thorough topo of the Chouinard-Frost Chimney on the north face of Disappointment Peak in Grand Teton National Park.

In July 2022 Connor James and I climbed the Chouinard-Frost Chimney on the north face of Disappointment Peak. I found the modern topo in “Teton Rock Climbs” (Gams, 2012) lacking, and the Ortenburger-Jackson topo primitive. We relied heavily on intuition to make a successful ascent, and therefor I felt compelled to create my own overlay-topo for future climbers. The terrain photo was shot by me, from Teton Glacier, August 2022.

For prospective climbers interested in the Chouinard-Frost Chimney, check out our trip report here.

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Ski mountaineering, rock climbing, ice climbing and all other forms of mountain recreation are inherently dangerous. Should you decide to attempt anything you read about in this article, you are doing so at your own risk! This article is written to the best possible level of accuracy and detail, but I am only human – information could be presented wrong. Furthermore, conditions in the mountains are subject to change at any time. Ten Thousand Too Far and Brandon Wanthal are not liable for any actions or repercussions acted upon or suffered from the result of this article’s reading.

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