Type: Trad, 160 ft (48 m), 2 pitches
FA: Hans Kraus, Susanne Simon - 1941
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Shared By: saxfiend on Sep 30, 2007
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Fun climbing, Easy O works as a good novice lead or a warm-up for harder stuff.

P1 - Starting from the top of a pile of boulders, head up and left past a right-facing flake to a chimney. Climb the chimney; near its top, move left onto the face and up to a ledge (be careful of the plentiful loose rock). There are rappel bolts here. 5.1, 80'.

P2 - Move right on the ledge, then diagonal up and right to a left-facing corner and up to an overhang. Pass this overhang on the right and continue up to another overhang, then escape right to a small ledge (optional belay). Continue up the face to the top. 5.2, 80'.


Starts on top of the boulder pile right of Baby, and left of the striking crack and white face of Son of Easy O.

Descent: rappel from the pins at the end of the 2nd pitch, above Son of Easy O (70m required), or walk off via Uberfall Descent. There is also a bolted anchor at the midway ledge.


Standard rack, no specialty gear needed. Shares anchors with Son of Easy O.