Type: Trad, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: John Christian and Arnold Wexler in 1971
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Shared By: russellHOBART on Oct 1, 2008
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Pitch one is easier w/ only poor protection the first 40' then creative protection the rest of the way. Interesting movements. Pitch two has great protection the whole way w/ a well defined crux near the top.

The Prune Incident- In '96 a climber set a #1 Camalot off the belay station then went up clipping pitons the whole way. He fell at the crux and every piton failed with only the camalot catching. Apparently he almost hit a woman starting the first pitch. Gendarme climb shop displays some of those pitons.


On the west side of South Peak. To the climbers left of Face of 1000 pitons and Le Gourmet


Small to medium nuts and cams