Type: Trad, 1000 ft (303 m), 8 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jacob Dolence on Aug 21, 2007
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Can be pitched out however you want. I've done it in 10 pitches and I've also done it in 6 with a 70m rope to it's full capacity on every pitch.


Follow the prominent triple cracks up middle of the face that lead directly to the summit.

Descent is a walk off to the right of the summit. Follow the trail down through some switchbacks, eventually you will reach an easy chimney down-climb, some people rappel this, others continue the down-climb. After this it follows the same trail through brush all the way down. If down in the later part of the summer this descent is lined with huge huckleberries! Some 4th class.


What rack you take depends on you experience. I now take singles in .5bd up to #4 tech friend, a set of nuts, and a few smaller cams. If not super solid on 5.6 or on building anchors in a vareity of situations I'd reccomend taking doubles. Runners really help with rope drag on full rope length pitches.