Type: Trad, 140 ft (42 m), 2 pitches, Grade III
FA: June 1983
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Shared By: Ron Thompson on Dec 13, 2009
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Location Bill Williams Mountain

Top of Bill Williams Mountain . The route starts on the East side climb a 5.5 face to a excellent belay ledge. Climb a finger crack 5.9 To a wild belay ledge; than craw through the rock tunnel to the other side of The spire to gain the summit. Rap down the North side of the Spire.

East Face Route FA Don Thompson and Paul Richardson 1983

The crux pitch is pitch two, climb a crack to a exposed belay ledge 5.9 or A1. The key to the summit is to craw through a hole which will take you to the other side of the Spire to gain the summit. The first pitch is a 5.5 face climb to a excellent belay ledge.
This is Longest route on this Spire.


Set of Tri cams and RPs,wires and cams up to up to #3 with extra slings for protection, fixed pins are locate on the route.