Type: Trad, 3 pitches
FA: FA: Johnson & Heath - 1975FFA: Steres & Clark - 1976
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This is a challenging, physical route up the center of the east face of the Sorcerer. It is also the easiest way up the rock.

P1: Begin at the left of two massive right-facing flake/corners (the right is the start to Atlantis. Ascend this corner until it turns into a splitter crack and continue up. Eventually traverse right to the next crack system on some ramping flake features and up to a bolted belay. A long pitch; 5.10-.

P2: the crack system turns into a flaring, strenuous V-slot (5.10a).

P3: Continue up the crack system, as the angle relents (5.9 hands).

Descend to the north; see the description for the Sorcerer for more details.

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Double set of cams.