Type: Trad, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: Dan Miller
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Shared By: Jeremy Steck on Sep 24, 2007
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This is one on the nicest face climbs at Seneca in my opinion. Great moves, good gear, and great position and tops out on a very thin and exposed flake. The crux is right around the first bolt, then fun face moves all the way to the top with an exciting finish.


Start at the highest point on the Old Man's Traverse Ledge, just right of a right facing corner(15ft high with wide crack). Easiest descent is via a small rappel tree in the gully behind the large flake about 30 Ft. below the top out. Rappel or scramble down to shuts on Conn's West.


2 bolts, 2 pins, standard Seneca rack. A larger microstopper is nice for the last move, but somewhat hard to place. Gear is plentiful for most of the route. This will likely become more popular since the R rating has been dropped in the new guidebook (it's definitely not R rated, especially for Seneca).