Type: Sport, 65 ft (20 m)
FA: Dan Durland, 1991
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Shared By: Darin Lang on Aug 27, 2001
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Access Issue: 2022 Seasonal Closure Details
Access Issue: 2022 Seasonal Closures Details


The first route right of Bob's Buttress Crack (and the only route between Bob's and Ormes' Chimney), ascends the slightly overhanging face on solid, incut holds, with some old drilled angles for pro. Climb straight up the face, passing the Bob's Buttress belay on the right, to another two-pin anchor about 15 feet up.

Rap off from here. There is a bit of a runout to the first pin.

Per Tim Stich: This route at one time had 4 pins, but now only one remains. An epoxy hole shows where one pin once sat. At present, toproping the route from the chain anchor on Bob's Buttress Crack is your best bet.

This is a combination two entries. To avoid duplication in the database, we've deleted the 2nd entry.


Per Tim Stich: this is the line directly right of Bob's Buttress Crack on the face but before Ormes Chimney.