Type: Trad, 200 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Marshall's Madness: Marshall, Christian, & Kauffman - 1955Crack of Dawn: McLaughlin & Janoscrat - 1980
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Shared By: Josh Janes on Jan 19, 2007
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Description

While Marshall's Madness and Crack of Dawn are two separate routes, by far and away the most classic way to climb them is to link one into the other and that is how they are described here.

Begin near the arete left of Triple S.

P1: Climb steep rock to a belay stance (a short pitch).

P2: Continue up the cracks and step right to the overhang. Pull this overhang via a handcrack (steep, obvious from the ground) and continue to the top. Bolted anchor.

Protection

Standard rack.

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