Type: Trad, 300 ft (91 m), 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: Scott Baxter and Karl Karlstrom, March 1971
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Access Issue: Falcon Closures from February 1st until July 15th Details


Chieu Hoi is a really nice moderate line with some attention-getting moves awaiting you on the third pitch. Start climbing in a corner system just left of the big face.

Pitch 1) Nice corner. Climb corner (5.4) to small alcove belay.

Pitch 2) Continue in corner (5.7) up to a nice ledge system below a big offwidth (Granite Jungle) and a small seam that heads up and right.

Pitch 3) Climb up and right in slippery corner and crack that goes vertical. When you get to a horizontal crack, move left using the horizontal (crux) to gain a ledge and belay. The crux moves will shed light on why the translation of the route's name is "open arms" in Vietnamese.

Descent: Scramble up to the top from the last belay. You can then do the Coke Bottle raps, or the walk off down the right side of the Mountain.


The starts at the bottom of the first corner system just left of the big face section on the right side of Granite Mountain.


Standard rack.