Type: Trad, Sport, 195 ft (59 m), 2 pitches
FA: Gillett, 2002
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Shared By: Guy H. on Mar 23, 2009
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Description

Hollow Man is an enjoyable moderate, which makes a great 195 foot lead. There is still a little bit of lichen, so watch your footing.

P1: Hollow Man starts up mossy ledges just to the left of Handcrack-A-rete. After 25 feet, you climb a great flake system on the left wall which starts out at 1 inch and widens to 4 inches. Clip one bolt on the way to a double bolt anchor. (5.8, 100 feet)

P2: The second pitch heads up the blunt arete with 6 bolts for protection with good position. (5.8, 95 feet)

Rap twice with a 60m rope. You should rap to the second set of anchors on the first rap from the top of the climb.

Location

Hollow Man starts just to the left of Handcrack-A-rete.

Protection

Set of cams from 0.5 to a #4 Friend, plus a hand size hex or an extra large hand size cam....

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