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DescriptionThis controversial route climbs the southeast side of The Tooth, from the notch behind it. The hardest move encountered is on the lower section of the approach. From the base of the notch, climb to the top of a rib/boulder, inside the notch. Step off this on to the face and work your feet up to a 3" to 4" ledge or you can make a couple chimney moves on to this small ledge, step left and reach up with your left hand and grab a jug. Step up and grab a bigger jug (can be slung for pro, if you really think you need it) with your right hand. Match hands and work your left foot on to the jug that your left hand was just on and stand up. A few more moves up low angle, jug infested rock brings you to the summit.
The top is pretty cool.
There is a two bolt rappel anchor, down and right of the summit ( 1/4" and 3/8" with spinner hangers). Rappel down into the notch, or just down-climb the route.