Type: Trad, 2 pitches
FA: Art Gran, Dick Williams, 1965
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1. Climb the short, right-facing corner to its top. Traverse out left about 10 feet on a small ledge, then climb the face (this can be done in several places and there is no very obvious line) for 20 feet or so. Diagonal up and right until near the arete and below the roof. After the roof, go up and left to the base of an obvious crack. Climb the crack (crux) and belay on the GT ledge. 5.7+, 130 feet.

2. Scramble up to a large ledge. Climb up and left and out onto the face. Go up past a bulge, then go left again to the top. 5.7-, 100 feet.


From the Arrow wall, walk right and down the hill. Go past the front of the buttress, then look for a very large, right-facing corner. Silhouette goes up the buttress just left of the corner.

Most people start this route by easily scrambling up and left about 30 feet or so to a comfortable ledge that is at the base of this corner. From this ledge, you should easily see the shallow right-facing corner that starts the route.


Standard 'Gunks rack