Type: Trad, 105 ft (32 m), 2 pitches
FA: Lou Lutz and Bob Chambers (1957) FFA M. G. Block and Bob Dickson (1957)
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A popular classic.

P1 - Climb a crack into the obvious bombay chimney 25 feet up. Step left out of the chimney to a stance below the crux ceiling. Climb the ceiling at the notch up to the large ledge (Neolithic Ledge) to a bolted belay.

P2 - Climb the left-facing corner above the belay to the top.

This route was rated 5.9 at least through 1983. I think 5.9 will always be a realistic rating of this climb. Lou Lutz told me it was 5.9 the first time I ever climbed at Stover

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On the Neolithic Wall beneath an obvious bombay chimney near the right (east) edge of the ceiling 35 feet up.

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Standard Rack (PG13)