|i. High E
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-- This route intersects the rap line for High E (depending on exactly where ropes are tossed). We used this as a warmup climb since a large group was starting up High E when we arrived. --
P1 5.5 G -- Follow crack/corner to blockier terrain above, eventually ending at rap anchors.
P2 -- Continue up corner. We did not explore this pitch due to the impending rappelling.
To the right of the Directississima face is a chimney. 15 feet to the right of the chimney, start at a flared crack and a short right-facing corner.
Standard rack (#3 C4 helpful). Anchors.
|By Kevin Heckeler|
From: Upstate New York
Nov 24, 2011
Very committing moves but well protected. Worth climbing if you're already there and can't get on High E.
|By Simon L|
From: Hartford, CT
Nov 12, 2012
rating: 5.4 4a 12 IV VD 3c PG13
First pitch is nice, second pitch is easy but not much gear. Brings you to a nice ledge where you have a good view of climber's making "the move" on High E. You can walk over to the High E belay ledge too. Third pitch is messy and not worth doing unless you want to get to the top. Bolted anchors all the way.