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Type: Trad, 200 ft, 3 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jacob Dolence on Jan 10, 2009
Admins: Mike Engle

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Awesome chimney splitting the formation. 3rd class scrambling to get up into it. About half way up the climber is totally inside the rock. The top is probably the crux with a few alternate finishes that probably go at 5.9 and 5.10+. Really fun climb. To descend walk climbers right untill you see a trail. Take this trail all the way down to the base. Another option is scrambling 4th class when the trail breaks off. It is obvious.


Regular rack .5-4 and a set of stoppers


Zach Weyn
Boise, ID
Zach Weyn   Boise, ID
Super grungy chimney. Your second will get a steady deluge of lichen and dirt as you thread your way through. Easily done in two pitches. Cool climb if you're on lead -- the rock swallows you up but eventually you escape. Follow the crack direct to the top for a harder 5.9 finish, or traverse climber's left for an easier top out. Jul 1, 2016

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