Type: Trad, 75 ft (23 m)
FA: Hans Kraus and Dick Hirschland (1946)
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Shared By: Mike McLean on Aug 22, 2010
Admins: RJ B, Morgan Patterson

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From the Dick Williams guide:
'An interesting chimney that is sometimes used as a descent route'

Interesting, in my opinion, is a very polite way to put it. The Gunks has so much better to offer.

If dirty chimneys (contrary to Dirty Chimney itself, this one really is dirty) are your thing, you might appreciate it.

It's also always in the shade, so it can be climbed to kill time while waiting for the sun to set behind the cliff (which is why I got onto it in the first place).


Uberfall, right next to Rhododendron.

Walk off to climber's right, via the Uberfall Descent.


Protection is sparse and small.