Avg: 2.9 from 442 votes
|Type:||Trad, 150 ft (45 m), 2 pitches|
|FA:||Betty Woolsey and Fritz Wiessner, 1941|
|Page Views:||22,689 total · 117/month|
|Shared By:||Bob Hayes on Feb 17, 2007 · Updates|
|Admins:||Morgan Patterson, RJ B|
The first pitch is straightforward. Go up the wide crack (face holds abound), and through the mellow overhang to stand on the spacious belay ledge with a bolted anchor.
The second pitch is less obvious, but it's tough to get into real trouble. Climb up a left-facing corner and chimney. From here, whether you stay right in the chimney systems, or traverse left onto the nose and face (fun!), the climbing is similar in difficulty and pro is reasonably available. The exposure on the nose variation is nice.
Descent: From the cliff top, rappel from the bolted anchor. If it's a busy day, you can also walk off via Radcliffe, or the Uberfall Descent.