This is a small flatiron, or large flatironette, that might get more attention and traffic were it not for its rather full-season closure and its proximity to larger rocks, specifically, the Seal and Overhanging Rock. Due to its obscurity, one can be fairly certain of climbing/scrambling alone on this formation. The stone is mostly quite good, but a lack of traffic leaves it feeling less traveled, as would be expected.
To approach, go as for The Seal and branch off as the Harmon Formation (and barred off cave) comes into view to the North (right). This formation is probably 5 minutes below the Seal, or about 35 casual minutes in all.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Harmon Flatironette:
East Face North Side 4th Trad, 2 pitches, 220 feet
South Arete 5.3 Trad, 1 pitch, 200 feet
Featured Route For Harmon Flatironette
This climb is a little scruffy compared to the others in the area. Start on the center of the Southern section of the large slab the lies Southwest of the entrance to the cave. Scramble up that past a slightly dirty start (2 moves) and onto the main slab to the summit line, on mostly 4th class Rock....[more] Browse More Classics in CO