Type: Trad, 280 ft (85 m), 3 pitches
FA: Fred Beckey, Wes Grande & Jack Schwabland (1948)
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Shared By: Blitzo on Oct 8, 2006 · Updates
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P1 (5.6): Climb the chimney on the right side of Jello Tower to the bolted anchor at the top of the tower.

P2 (5.6): Step across the gap and head up the right facing corner passing a large roof on the left. Make a slabby traverse right (crux) at some point to a wide/gully crack. Gear belay at a good little pocket ledge.

P3 (5.2): Head up connecting whatever flakes and knobby slabs you like; generally head up and right past the huge hueco up a big flake and then climb the easy slab all the way to the summit.


Pro to 3 inches, with bigger cams (#4-6) if you want to put gear in the actual chimney, but they'll be dead weight the rest of the climb.