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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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.


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


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