Type: Trad, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: FA: Jim McCarthy, Hans Kraus, & John Rupley - 1957FFA: John Stannard & Howie Davis - 1967
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Shared By: Josh Janes on Feb 21, 2006 with improvements by mnjsan
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Access Issue: Tree Preservation and Rappelling Details


Directississima (AKA Doubleissima), is a fantastic crack climb on the right side of the High E buttress. It's well protected, very sustained, and long.

Starting at a crack system well right of the arete, climb up to the Directissima ledge and belay (5.8+, some tricky gear); or continue onwards, heading straight up off the middle of the ledge into the meat of the climbing. The crux comes in pulling through a small roof/notch.

Belay at the top of the High E buttress and rap the bolted line just right of the climb.


Standard Rack.