Type: Trad, 240 ft (73 m), 2 pitches
FA: Frank Sacherer, Wally Reed, Gary Colliver, 11/1962 FFA: Frank Sacherer, Dick Erb, Larry Marshik, 1964
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Pitch 1 takes the cavernous looking back and foot chimney to a stance at some slung chockstones.
Pitch 2 follows the 5"-7" wide crack in the back of a left facing dihedral to a ledge where the tunnel thru on the Reed's regular route emerges. From here one may escape to easier ground by working right above the short hand crack, or stay left for full value and finish with a short bit of 5.9 OW to the top of Reed's Pinnacle.


Route is located a short ways west of Reed's Direct route
Descend by two rappels down the east side of Reed's Pinnacle the first one is short and the second one is long requiring two ropes.


pro to 7"