Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: N.C. Hartz, Henry Schulter, Earl Richardson (1944)
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Shared By: Mark Cushman on Jun 14, 2007
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P1. Climb the obvious left-facing flake/dihedral from the top of the first pitch of Old Man's Route. P1 ends at a ledge with a sizable tree and rappel anchors. This first pitch involves a few chimney moves and it's possible to sling some chockstones for pro.

P2. Climb the right-facing corner up and over a few ledge systems to the rappel ledge for the west face. Belay here to reduce rope drag or continue up through the notch to the summit ledges.


Start by climbing the first pitch of Old Man's Route.


Standard Seneca rack.