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|FA:||Mark Pell, Jeff Williams, 1994|
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|Shared By:||Leo Paik on Apr 5, 2002|
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This is the path of least resistance:
Start on what seemed to be the SW face. Follow a line of 3 bolts up a face (crux), angle right and curl around to the SE face up easy, broken rock, pass an ancient bolt, and find yourself on top.
Rap 80 feet from a fixed anchor. Because this anchor is basically centered on top, the rope pull can require a bit of a pull.
Per Greg Barnes: with the new rap anchor going directly down the route on the southwest side, it's a 95' rap.
You can extend your day with a wander (bushwhack) left to the second buttress of Mt. Thoridin as we did that day.