Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Sam Streibert, John Reppy, 1963
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Shared By: John Peterson on Mar 12, 2006
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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The face to the left of Wiessner Slab contains an excellent 5.6. This was initially climbed by stepping left from the slab onto a ledge at mid-height. The more common line climbs the face below this ledge.

Start a bit left of the corner that marks the second half of the route. Climb up to a small roof and pull through onto the ledge above (crux). This can also be done further left, slightly easier. The pro is a bit hard to get in but generally good. Once on the ledge, traverse right to the corner and up to the top. There is a second crux near the end of the corner.


This ascends the face immediately left of Wiessner Slab.


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