Type: Trad, 800 ft (242 m), 6 pitches
FA: Jim Smith and Arthur Johnson, August 1937
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Shared By: Roger Linfield on Feb 24, 2006
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Description

This is a long, varied route up a buttress. From Lunch Rock, you can see the buttress to your left. The buttress is sharp in the lower third, up to the flat top of a large rock tooth, and rounded above that. Start on the left side of the buttress and climb up to reach the skyline near the top of the rock tooth. From here, go up, left around an exposed corner, up for a pitch of 4th class, and then back right on a ramp to a belay below the final pitch. The last pitch follows an exposed fingertip traverse to the right, and then goes up on 4th class friction to the top.

Protection

standard rack

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