Eastern Roofs is shown on the left. On the main east face, we spotted an unknown climb with fixed anchors and some bolts and pins up a beautiful but deadend crack. It is unclear whether the unknown party completed the line to the summit. We climbed a variation first pitch to reach the first set of anchors after establishing Eastern Roofs but stopped here.
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Joe Sambataro
Sep 27, 2011
Eastern Roofs is shown on the left. On the main east face, we spotted an unknown climb with fixed anchors and some bolts and pins up a beautiful but deadend crack. It is unclear whether the unknown party completed the line to the summit. We climbed a variation first pitch to reach the first set of anchors after establishing Eastern Roofs but stopped here.
Hi,
Tom Kohlman and I put up those first two pitches and traversed into the wavy flake system on to the left when the crack dead ended back in 2007. I haven't had time to get back and finish the route, but with the exception of 20 ft between the flake and the roof, there are crack weaknesses all the way to the top...the face is featured enough that the one blank section may end up not being any harder than 5.11...it will need a few bolts to protect... Anyways, if anyone has time and finishes the route, let me know...maybe I'll get up there next summer.

David Irwin Nov 2, 2012

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