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Submitted By: Kyle Wills on Aug 6, 2012
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Description 

This formation is the tallest pinnacle in the North Pinnacles and possibly the best vantage point of the rest of Holcomb Valley.(without leaving the valley)

Getting There 

My party walked pretty much directly at the Pinnacle from the North Camping/Parking area. Some scrambling up the hillside, and we were at a bit of a saddle between the two prominent pinnacles looking north with Itynre on our Right.

Climbing Season



Weather station 4.7 miles from here

1 Total Routes

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By Kyle Wills
From: San Diego CA
Aug 6, 2012
This area was added, after climbing an unknown route on an unknown formation, in what we thought was the North Pinnacles. Clearly I am hoping for confirmation that this is in fact accurate information I am inputting. It seems to be the only plausible explanation.