Type: Sport, 120 ft (36 m), 2 pitches
FA: Dave LePere & Brad Singer, May 2002
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Shared By: Bill Olszewski on Jun 18, 2009
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This route follows the face on the right side of the southwest arete in two short pitches, ending at the anchor for Tipton’s Arete. Can also be done in one continuous pitch. Rappel in two pitches to descend the south face or one pitch to descend the west face.

P1: Start in the broken dark rock on the left side of the face. Using a variety of crack and face technique, work through the blocks and cracks to a nice ledge with a two bolt anchor. (5.7) 5 bolts, 50’

P2: Head up and right to a shallow dihedral. Continue up the dihedral on small edges and smears. A second similar dihedral leads to a large ledge with a two bolt anchor. This is the anchor for Tipton’s Arete, visible from the west face and accessible from the right-slanting ramp that starts at the base of the west face. (5.7) 5 bolts, 70’


Left side of the south face, just right of the arete.


10 bolts, bolted anchors