Red Baron Tower Milktoast Chimney

Lone Pine, California

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The south side of Lone Pine Peak has long attracted climbers. Looking up toward the crest from Highway 395 near the town of Lone Pine, climbers will be drawn to the striking walls and granite towers of Tuttle Creek Canyon. The main attractions in the canyon are the huge south face of Lone Pine Peak and the towering south face of Peak 13,016, located just to the west. These features combine to form a massive granite wall more than 2,000 feet tall and over a mile wide. A very attractive pillar with a flat top lies directly below the summit of Peak 13,016.

Red Baron Tower: Milktoast Chimney Professional Review and Guide

"The south side of Lone Pine Peak has long attracted climbers. Looking up toward the crest from Highway 395 near the town of Lone Pine, climbers will be drawn to the striking walls and granite towers of Tuttle Creek Canyon. The main attractions in the canyon are the huge south face of Lone Pine Peak and the towering south face of Peak 13,016, located just to the west. These features combine to form a massive granite wall more than 2,000 feet tall and over a mile wide. A very attractive pillar with a flat top lies directly below the summit of Peak 13,016."

Activity Type: Climbing
Nearby City: Lone Pine
Class: Class 5.6 - 5.8
Local Contacts: Inyo National Forest; Sequoia National Park
Local Maps: USGS Mt. Langley
Grade: Grade III
Driving Directions: Directions to Red Baron Tower: Milktoast Chimney

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