climbing pyramid peak

Climbing Pyramid Peak | 14er Route Info, Map & Advice

Three fourteeners tower over Maroon Lake, all difficult peaks that deserve your respect. Climbing Pyramid Peak has the deadly distinction of being the most dangerous climb of all three; it features an intimidating class 4 route with loose rock and nasty exposure that requires expert route-finding skills. Take plenty of time to research this route well so you can find your way up the exposed northeast ridge. Get started on your preparation for climbing Pyramid Peak with my complete route guide below for free.

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Climbing Pyramid Peak | Fast Facts

CAUTION: This Route is Hazardous!

You are responsible for your personal safety in the backcountry.

These peaks can be unpredictable and dangerous. Help is often hours or days away: your safety is primarily your responsibility. Prepare for your trek, understand your limits, be aware of the risks, and equip yourself with the necessary skills and gear.

Climbing Pyramid Peak - Route Guide

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Notice: The material presented in this route guide may not be comprehensive or precise and should not be solely relied upon when planning your climb. Inadequate experience, physical fitness, supplies, or equipment may result in injury or fatality.

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