Type: Trad, 2 pitches
FA: Joe Bridges and Dick Williams, 1988
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Shared By: Dana Bartlett on Jul 13, 2009
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Ten feet or so left of the start of Horseman, climb past a faint seam to the ledge. Move up the Horseman corner about 20 feet, follow the obvious horizontal left, turn the corner and go to the fixed belay (three pitons): 5.6 and about 60-70 feet.

From the belay climb 20 feet up and slightly left to the right side of a very small overhang. Go past the overhang (crux) and then climb the easier face to a belay at the pine tree.

The line isn't inspiring, but this route has good protection and interesting face climbing. Unfortunately, it can only reasonably be done if Horseman is open.

Walk off right via the Uberfall Descent.


Left of Horseman at the Uberfall.


Standard 'Gunks rack


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