Type: Trad, Sport, 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Walt Wehner on Dec 31, 2000 · Updates
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This route was originally done without the bolts and has been retrobolted by unknown bolters. Apparently one of the retrobolts has been removed.

The route is located on the west side of the buttress, uphill from the more popular routes. Look for a steep wall with 3 retrobolts and a slung horn for a hazardous anchor. It's a worthy climb, though short and somewhat strangely retrobolted. It is possible to do a short second pitch (~5.9) up the crack above that connects with the Northwest Corner.

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A rack, 3 retrobolts, and a few pins. One of the retrobolts has been removed. There is no bolted intermediate anchor.

Do not sling the horn. It is ready to come down!