Type: Trad, 3 pitches
FA: George Hurley, Bob Culp, 1966
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Shared By: Matt Bauman on Dec 31, 2000
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Description

This is high on West Ridge in Eldo, just south of Rincon Wall. Start just left of Chockstone in a big left-facing dihedral.

P1: Climb 60 feet and traverse left with tricky but good holds/flakes, climb up over bulging slot (crux) and take the V-slot another 50 feet up steep terrain to tree and belay (can continue to anchors but rope drag exists).

P2: Take finger/hand crack straight up easier (5.5) terrain to large anchor tree.

Eds. P3 can be taken to the walkoff ledge.

Rappel 160 feet to ground or [be very careful!] 100 feet to top of Chockstone (10a) and then another 60 feet to the ground from there.

Protection

Stoppers and a good selection of cams.

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