Type: Trad, 250 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Symans/Cox 1994
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Shared By: Colin Cox on Jun 14, 2010
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Ascends large corner system on SE side of the formation. First pitch climbs loose corner to a good ledge - 80ft - 5.8. The 2nd pitch climbs the face to the left of the loose corner, past a bush and a bolt. Continue up to the gaping chimney in the dihedral, where there is another bolt. Squeeze into the chimney and through a hole to a good ledge - 120ft? - 5.10. Pitch 3 - Climb easier terrain to the summit - 80ft? - 5.6. Pretty loose all around, but pretty cool going through the chimney on pitch 2.


SE side of the Peak. Climbs within the corner system that ends with the obvious chimney. We approached from the southwest across manzanita and talus to reach the SE corner. Rap the route.


Rack. 2 ropes. Bolt kit to supplement minimal rappel anchors at summit and 2 belay ledges.