Type: Sport, 200 ft (61 m), 2 pitches
FA: 1998 -Savage
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Access Issue: Falcon Nest above Tethys Details


From the toe of the buttress the separates the First Corridor from the Pangea Wall, locate the wide crack/slot feature that begins about six feet from the base and angles up to the left. Climb cobbles to reach the crack and continue to a high first bolt above the end to the crack/slot. Continue pulling knobs up the slab to a very large block as the buttress steepens. into a broad arete. Here a fourth bolt is found to facilitate the transition to the left of the  arete below the block. Continue climbing up the face left of the arete to a 6th bolt on a steep knobby face. Pull the crux and continue to the anchor. Rappel from here, or climb a 2nd runout pitch through large blocks and knobs to the summit.


NW corner of main rock, at the bottom of the canyon. Right edge of Pangea Wall.


P1 - 6 bolts to 2 Fixe Ring anchor. P2 - 4 bolts to chains. The route is fully bolted. Some run-out on the easier bits. Descent is best made into the First Corridor rather then rappelling the route.