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Old 04-22-2010, 04:10 AM
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Middle and Lower Teton

Greetings. I spend time in the Tetons (back country and front country) every year. Know the place like the back of my hand.....except for the summits. This year I plan on staying a night or 2 in the Lower Saddle and doing what is listed as a "scramble" to the sumit of both the Middle and Lower Teton. Anyone have any thoughts on either of these climbs/scrambles?

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KC
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