Not a GPS track, but an approximation using straight lines. The first 2 lines from the beginning define our "mistake".
Drainage to UWJ/Armstrong col...oops
Upper Wolfjaw's White Slide from Sabre Tooth East
Bottom of Sabre Tooth East
Bottom pitch of Sabre Tooth East
One of Two Fearless Leaders Playing the Shirt Switch Game
Neil on Sabre Tooth East lower pitch
Contours of the lower pitch
Neil approaching crux of lower pitch...and failing before my failure.
12' ledge dwarfing Neil and daring him on.
Middle section of Sabre Tooth East
Headwall of Sabre Tooth East
White Slide appearing a bit flatter from perspective.
Mid section growing in (and being trampled upon)
Rolling ledges, walking man.
More rolling ledges.
Armstrong in background, White Slide...again.
Nearing the top.
Where's the White Slide?
Nope not there, that's MudRat.
Finding an alternate route.
Looking down Sabre Tooth East
Very top of Sabre Tooth East
Watering hole in blowdown hell.
Near top of Sabre Tooth West
Contemplating death on the next slide.
Intermittent ledge on Sabre Tooth West
Sabre Tooth West
Flowing ledges on Sabre Tooth West
To walk or scoot?
Answer: To scoot.
In the "V" ledges that dissect the upper and lower slabs.
Notice the east to west ledge track
Looking up from bottom of White Slide.
I gotta get up...we just got here!
Sabre Tooth Slides...East and West
Neil said this area cooled more slowly from its molten form.
Uneven plane of the slide. Cottonball clouds looking down upon us.
Firm footing and a mild slope...at first.
Stay off the moss and lichen.
What did I step in?
Nearing the first crux with 300' of landing strip below.
Adjacent slide to the north begs NOT to be climbed.
First major vertical ledge after the first crux.
Atop the ledge...nice grippy feldspar crystals.
The perch and catching our breath.
Iron in and Neil on the mid-upper slide.
Up,up and around the ledge on the left. Steeper with plenty of contour.
Looking north. Slab is beyond 45 degrees.
Sabre Tooth Slides
Above another ledge.
Neil above the ledge nearing the final climb.
No, next to that!
Neil "cracking up".
The final pitch...rope time!
The seasoned climber on steeper slab 1.
The seasoned climber noting the final pitch.
Working for each inch.
My favorite rope shot.
Continuation of the slide to the south...older slab.
Looking down adjacent e-se slide.
Gothics' Rainbow Slide
Bottom of the Rainbow.
Happy to be on the slide with 2 of the same shoe.
Awesome lower slab.
Whacked down from middle ridge.
Beautiful ledges, like paint running from the top.
Slab and ledge-work.
Ever the photographer.
End of lower slab.
Entering the woods.
Not slippery in here...
Up there, Kevin, I dare ya!
Older slab, left-hand side, below technical portions.
Braving the moss.
A cirque of moss and slab.
Moss, slab and Neil.
Slab, disintegrating lichen and Neil.