Type: Trad, 350 ft (106 m), 2 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Tom Caldwell on Feb 27, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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This line blasts through the steep bulge to the right of Second Coming. It is a sustained and heady climb that links up to the second pitch of Second Coming. A spicy alternative if you have done most of the stuff at the S. Face.

Start the same as Second Coming. Instead of moving left to Second Coming's crack, stay on the right most crack until you reach the base of the steep section directly below a white splotch. Traverse right at the base of the steepness, plug the horizontal for pro. This is the last pro before reaching the horizontal at the end of bulge and is the R section, DON'T BLOW IT. Falling before getting the difficult pro at the roof will result in a nasty slab splash. Climb up directly below a left facing crescent shaped jug. Plug the gear at the end of the bulge using the difficult hands and make the long move over the bulge to gain the face above. Climb short broken cracks until you can traverse left on top of the flakes that end P1 of Second Coming. Belay on gear and finish P2 of Second Coming.


Rap from belay station to the left of Gemini Tree with 2 60m ropes.


Standard multi-pitch rack. Doubles of .75 Camalot and smaller, tri-cams.


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