Type: Trad, 2 pitches
FA: Royal Robbins
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Shared By: Jesse Ryan on Sep 15, 2001 · Updates
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Description

This line follows the wide crack (crux) up to a spacious ledge before chimneying behind the huge pillar.

P1. Chimney while jamming and protecting in the lovely handcrack. Surmise the difficulty of the line if the pillar were not present, then easily surmount the pillar for the first belay. According to the comments below the anchor atop pitch one has been fixed courtesy of the ASCA.

P2. For pitch two, step across the pillar back into the hand crack and ascend to a horizontal crack, pull the small roof via another crack to the right. Easier, unprotected slab climbing gains the rappel anchor.

Protection

Standard rack up to 4 or 5 inches. Rappel anchor atop the 2nd pitch, as well as an anchor atop the huge flake.

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