Type: Trad, 5 pitches
FA: Royal Robbins, Steve Roper, 1969.
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50' west of where Main Ledge turns into a class 2 area.  Climb up 20 feet of fourth class to a steep wall and belay.

Wander up the wall until a gully is reached, step left and climb to a belay in a bowl.

Wander up to the Slash. Many variations lead to the top.

P1 (120 ft): climb toe of buttress to top of detached pillar with broken blocks.  Belay at bolted anchors.

P2: go right off the belay (to avoid mantles) then angle back left and follow large flake, belay on pillar/small platform in chimney behind flake.

P3: exit chimney and transition to steep, exposed face on right, climb through dikes and thin flakes to large bowl and belay on right side.

P4: follow ramp on far (left) side of bowl, angling up and left, belay on large ledge with broken blocks.

P5: go straight up and angle slightly right, awesome exposed finishing moves through fist/off-hands crack, belay on bench.

Scramble to the top.


Pro to 3".