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|Type: ||Trad, 3 pitches, 310 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.10+ [details]|
|FA: ||Bill Kees & Barry Rugo, 1982 (from CGNA)?|
|Submitted By: ||Max on Jan 1, 2005|
Just to the left of Hot Wee Wee, which is the huge dihedral in the middle of Ophir Wall.
P1: The start is vague, but basically goes up the not-so-well-protected face to the left of Hot Wee Wee. Somewhere you'll find a set of bolts for an anchor.
P2: Head out right past a bolt and up past a bulge and into a shallow dihedral.
P3: Continue up the shallow dihedral until it peters out and you're staring up a blank intimidating face. Head out right and up a little, aiming for a couple shallow slots that take gear. A cool head and nerves of steel will prevail. Eventually you will make to some good holds, where you will find an unnecessary bolt. Continue up to a belay.
Either rap down the face or continue up to the top of Hot Wee Wee.
Standard Ophir rack