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Elevation: 4,994 ft
GPS: 34.831, -111.757 Google Map · Climbing Map
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Shared By: markguycan on Dec 3, 2006
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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In the set of four spires, Minister and Pulpit is the second spire out from the main wall, and is also the smallest of the formations.

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Ryan Z  
It is a pretty fun little spire that splits at the top into two. We started on the south east side and followed a crack system up and left into a slanted off width between the two summits. A standard rack with doubles of number three and a single number four worked great. There are bolted anchors on the taller of the two summits. 2 pitches will get you from the limestone band to the top. A single 60m rope will get you down to the limestone band. You can then sling shrubs or simul-rap off of one of the edges on the south east side of the band to get down. Sep 30, 2012

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