Type: Trad, 30 ft (9 m)
FA: Dave Evans, December 1974
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Shared By: Mark J. Nelson on Nov 1, 2002
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Description

Park at the Hall of Horrors pullout, in front of North Horror Rock. Follow the marked trail around to the left, at which point the East Face of the East Wall of the Hall of Horrors will come into view. Keep walking around this rock on the left, then right into the Hall of Horrors proper. The East Face of the West Wall will be on your left.

In the middle of this face is an obvious, short, wide crack. Approach by walking past, then back left to the base of the crack on top of a ledge.

Vertical, reasonable protected, very short.

Descend from chains atop the face to the right. One 50m rope will get you all the way past the base of the climb and back to the ground.

Protection

Standard rack up to #4 Camalot; save the #4 for the belay anchor.

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