Type: Trad, 2 pitches
FA: unknown (at work)
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Shared By: Michael Walker on Aug 22, 2001 · Updates
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Access Issue: Seasonal Closure / 2021 Update - reopening Details


A very pleasurable journey up the west side of Cob.

P1. Start near a very large boulder on the descent trail from the top of cob on the west side - look up and see the obvious crack. Pitch one is very mellow 5.7 crack that takes any pro you like - be sure to head left when the crack ends and enjoy the exposure on the north side of the pillar.

P2. Pitch two goes up the roof on NW corner - hense the 5.8 rating. Would be even better if it was longer (especially the roof pitch!)


Standard rack.

A fixed pin at the first belay, and two directly under the roof. They are old, rusty, and likely bombproof, but I backed them up just to be safe.