Mount Woodrow Wilson

Woodrow Wilson was named for the American president who proposed the Fourteen Points for a League of Nations because of it's approximately 14 points visible from the summit. Routes to the top involve a glacier approach starting from the base of Gannett Peak on the east side or an approach from the west involving a long coulouir ascent. All routes will finish with class 4/5 scrambling to the summit. Bring a rappel ring and cordelette/webbing for the descent. A classic alpine route involving glacier travel, technical snow and alpine climbing.

Elevation (feet): 13,502
Elevation (meters): 4,115
Continent: North America
Country: United States
Range/Region: Wind River Range
State: Wyoming
Latitude: 43.166667
Longitude: -109.652222
Difficulty: Technical Climb
Best months for climbing: Jun, Jul, Aug
Year first climbed: 1924
First successful climber(s): Albert Bessine, Edgar Doll and Carol Thompson-Jones

Thanks to Kevin Tomalty for adding this peak.

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