Type: Trad, Aid, 70 ft (21 m), 2 pitches
FA: Charlie french, Cameron Burns 1997
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Shared By: Dana Prosser on Mar 31, 2008
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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Description Suggest change

This small formation is a fun, short climbing outing if in the area. P1- start up loose, blocky chimney and head left when possible on low angle ramp. This was a pretty moderate pitch (5.3?) and felt comfortable to solo.-50ft
P2- Jam 5.7 handcrack for 15ft, and head right to obvious ledge. Clip pin and make 1 aid move (step in etriers) to top of formation and rap anchor. -40ft
You can now sit back and take in views of the colorado river, and the surrounding desert landscape-you will likely not be disappointed....

Location Suggest change

From Rte. 128 (River road) head north on dirt road a few hundred feet upriver of Dewey bridge. The road has a sign indicating a junction with the Kokopelli Mountainbike trail. Drive through Cattlegate and continue about a mile until the tower
comes into view. Road becomes rough near the towers, so park before switchbacks. Route is on west facing side of formation. Warning: Tower is labeled incorrectly in Desert rock III book.

Protection Suggest change

Single set of cams, 60m rope, 1 etrier (or over-the-shoulder sling would work).