The highest west facing wall in the South Gully. Easily viewed from the Squamish Buttress. Recognizable by the major prow like corner capped by a jutting roof, a popular launch point for base jumpers. The first ascent was in 1968, details and route description sketchy.
Approach via the Apron to Kashmir Wall. From Kasmir walk ten minutes up the South Gulley. First pitch not obvious until your underneath it. This pitch deposits you on ledge underneath Teddy Bears Picnic and Gravity Bong.
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Gravity Bong 5.13a Trad, 600 feet, Grade IV
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Gravity Bong 5.13a International : Canada : ... : The Prow Wall
Sustained, varied climbing on one of the cleanest formations on the Chief.1. 5.10c. Awkward flare leads to face traverse and right leaning crack.2. 5.11c. Scruffy ramp to chimney. Pull out of chimney into pumpy, vertical layback, face climbing traverse past one bolt to the anchor.3. "The Guillotine" 5.12a. A few face moves into lasercut dihedral. Tips crux widens to off hands jamming and laybacking, undercling down and left to belay stance.WARNING! A fully detached 50' X 60' flake is perched on ...[more] Browse More Classics in International