Type: Trad, 500 ft (152 m), 4 pitches
FA: FA - Chuck Wilts, Don Wilson, John and Ruth Mendenhall 1952. FFA Bob Kamps and Mark Powell 1967
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A distinct line that forms the left margin of the West face Bulge. 

From the From Bad Traverse (FBT) ledge, climb up and to the right on easy ledges to establish a belay (4th class). Alternately, take the Vampire and move up and left to establish a belay (5.7). 

The first pitch is long and the crux, pull a little bulge/roof (10b) to a good ledge. 

The 2nd pitch is a thin finger crack on the left wall to a small stance (5.8). 

On the long third pitch lieback the corner and around a small overhang, then move up and right to turn the summit overhangs (pitch 4).

Protection Suggest change

Thin to 3 inches