Type: Trad, 600 ft (182 m), 3 pitches
FA: Pat and Vickie McGrane
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Shared By: Kevin Landolt on Mar 6, 2011
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Dancing Ladies is a delightful climb up the slab between Central Chimney and Black Dog. Climb one approach pitch up Central Chimney (5.4) to a broad ledge sporting a large tree. Move right past the tree along a narrowing ledge, and set a belay near the ledge's end. Climb up the obvious crack, moving left and back right at times to link discontinuous seams and cracks (5.7). Climb easier slab to the top (5.5 - 4th).

Dancing Ladies offers similar low-angle face/seam climbing to Judy's Jaunt. Truly an enjoyable outting!


This is in the Central Chimney Area.


1 set of cams to 2 inches and 1 set of nuts.


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