Type: Trad, Alpine, 180 ft (55 m), 2 pitches
FA: Mark Leonard, David Dunlap, 1986
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Shared By: Chuck McQuade on Jan 1, 2007
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Description

Look for the obvious left facing corner, just north of the clean face.

P1: (5.8) Climbs intermittent cracks to a dihedral, followed by a slight bulge. Continue on easy ground and over a few ledges. Belay at a large ledge below a wide crack. (Large gear needed for the belay, #4 Camelot comes in handy, but not necessary)

P2: (5.8) Climb up the wide crack, til its possible to step right onto the face. Continue up and right to the corner of a small roof. Use a short crack to pull around the roof and continue up through intermittent cracks and face to the top of the formation.

Location

Route starts in a obvious dihedral at the left end of Techweeny Buttress

Protection

Small rack to a #4 Camalot (for P1 belay).

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