Type: Trad, 5 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Steve Marr on Dec 31, 2000
Admins: James Schroeder, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Theodore climbs the southeast flank of Greyrock to the summit ridge in five pitches. A good, easy climb that starts in a wide crack framed by two small dihedrals on either side. The climb is by no means technically difficult, but combined with the lengthy approach, it is a tiring outing in the summer months.

P1. By far the most enjoyable pitch of the route. Climb the crack with good fist jams up to a comfortable belay ledge at the top of the crack.

P2. Angles up and left up a lower angle face crack to a smaller belay perch under a large overhang.

P3. Continues up and left of the large overhang on pretty non-descript terrain with a lot of lower fifth-class scrambling.

P4. Another enjoyable pitch up a low angle slab with good protection.

P5. A short scramble to the top.

Good multi-pitch route for the beginning trad leader.


Standard rack with a full set of stoppers and SLCDs up to a 3.5" Camalot.