Type: Trad, 85 ft
FA: Arnold Wexler, John Reed, Earl Mosburg
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Shared By: Matt Desenberg on Apr 26, 2008 with improvements by Brian Malone
Admins: Ladd Raine, Shawn Heath, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones

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Follow the blocky left facing corner system straight up to a large ledge, then move right to the bolt anchors. Great gear and a light 5.8. There is a second pitch that links to the second pitch of Skyline Traverse and doesn't see a lot of traffic (to my knowledge).


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Set of nuts, set of cams and several draws to sling past a few bulges.


Jesse Morehouse
Jesse Morehouse   CO
The second "pitch" (really a boulder problem connecting Ye Gods to Skyline) is fun and easier than it looks. May 27, 2008
Mike Anderson
Colorado Springs, CO
Mike Anderson   Colorado Springs, CO
My favorite @ Seneca so far. Oct 19, 2010
Andy Weinmann
Silver Spring, MD
Andy Weinmann   Silver Spring, MD
Great link-up is to do Ye Gods then pull the right side of the face below Skyline Traverse and move up to the Skyline Traverse ledge. Move up and right along the east face and establish a belay. Then climb Dufty's Popoff. Aug 29, 2011
This is one of the best routes at Seneca! It has awesome hand jams and pockets all the way up the first pitch. Best if you lead Candy Corner and then top rope Ye Gods since they use the same anchor. May 21, 2012
Oakland Park, Florida
Floridaputz   Oakland Park, Florida
I led this on a nice fall morning. I found a full on pump by the time I reached the p1 belay. Great gear but a tricky lead. Oct 22, 2012
Another great link-up is to combine pitch one and two.

then climb the route Easy Skankin (5.9 face mixed with some bolts). This route is on the left side of the Skyline chimney. mostly bolts if I recall and somewhat of a hidden gem. Mar 19, 2016