Type: Trad, 100 ft
FA: Tom Gilje and Scott Erler, January 1988
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Shared By: Darrell Hensel on Jun 30, 2010
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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A great route that follows an arete on steep rock. Start by doing a short bit of crack to get to the arete. Climb past 6 bolts. The arete yields superb climbing in a great position, with the crux approximately halfway up.

Tom Gilje originally lead the route with only three bolts, all placed on lead. The other three bolts were added at a later date. While doing it, imagine what it would be like with only three bolts...


On the left edge of the Le Dent Pinnacle proper.


6 bolts. Rappel from a horn.


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The Crux bolt has been pulled out about a half inch. There's an old bolt right next to it so you can clip both but I dunno...

Also, to clarify, this starts on a crazy looking 40 ft tall, 3ft wide pillar that is totally detached. It's insane that it's still standing. Maybe better to start he route on a nice layback on the left, not sure. There's two bolts on the face above the pillar and then a third bolt directly on the arete so gain the upper arete. Sep 24, 2017