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Fourth Pinnacle

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Fourth Pinnacle 

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Submitted By: Warren Teissier on Apr 17, 2002
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  • Description 

    This Flatiron is part of the amphitheater group of rocks but is not subject to bird closures. (At least not now)

    It lies West of both the Amphitheater and the Third Pinnacle. It provides a couple of great moderate routes on very good rock.

    Getting There 

    Hike up the amphitheater trail past the amphitheater proper and past the next tier of rocks which is the third pinnacle from there take a faint trail right. After some 200 feet you will be at the base of the 4th pinnacle

    4 Total Routes

    ['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]

    The Classics

    Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Fourth Pinnacle:
    Halls of Poison Ivy   5.2 3 8 II D 2c     Trad   
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    Featured Route For Fourth Pinnacle
    Warren Teissier on the initial moves of Halls O' Poisin Ivy, Fourth Pinnacle, Gregory Canyon.

    Halls of Poison Ivy 5.2 3 8 II D 2c  CO : Flatirons : ... : Fourth Pinnacle
    In spite of its name this is a surprisingly good route. Due to the Poison Ivy challenge in mid route we opted for soloing the route rather than drag our rope through the evil weed.Start on the East face immediately left of the large overhang/dihedral that splits the face. Climb up the gully under the overhang and arrive at a large ledge. The ledge is indeed covered with vegetation, with lots of Poison Ivy. But, this time of year you can easily pick you way through the leaveless twigs. Or you can...[more]   Browse More Classics in CO

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