SNOWMAN PEAK   2728m    8950′   
The southwest buttress of Snowman Pass. Surveyed.

1. Topographical Survey party, date and route

2. East Face, North Ridge. Climb the east face and north ridge, from a camp at Snowman Lake. From the lake, the route is obvious and there are no technical difficulties. (I,3,s).
Connie and Thomas Crowley, Arthur Knudsen, Irene and Steven Little, 1973.

3. West. Start from a camp near Hatteras Glacier. Gain the nearly level shoulder above camp, and scramble up steep blocks of the west ridge. Ascent, 2 hours. (I,3).
RK, DW, 7/1975.

4. South Ridge. See Krinkletop Peak. The south ridge may be gained from the west from camp at Hatteras Glacier over ledges. One may traverse, descend the north ridge (Route 2) to Snowman Pass and Snowman Lake, and return to camp over alps and

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