Type: Trad, 150 ft (45 m) Fixed Hardware (7)
FA: Dan Hare & Mike Engle, 1989
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Shared By: Josh Janes on Jun 9, 2004
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Description

Iron Pony is decent climbing up the arete left of the Pony Express dihedral.

Take p1 of Pony Express until it enters the dihedral then hand traverse left for 10 feet on big lichen-covered flakes. Stand up on these flakes, clip a bolt, and step up onto the face and arete. Continue up past 5 more bolts.

You spend a lot of time on the right side of the arete, and the location of the bolts (on the left side) can make for tough clips. Sustained and difficult, perhaps a sandbag at 11d.

Protection

Some finger-size cams and wires. 6 bolts.

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