Avg: 3.5 from 4 votes
|Type:||Trad, 400 ft (121 m), 4 pitches, Grade II|
|FA:||2 Oct 1971 5.9 A3 Leland Davis & Mike McGoey FFA Paul Horak & Glen Banks ca. 1975|
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|Shared By:||Karl R. Kiser on Mar 13, 2012 · Updates|
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P2 (5.10): this is the crux pitch. Face climb to the corner and climb a moderate length pitch to another bolted belay. A party could rap to the ground from this belay with two ropes (a good option as the first two pitches are far better than the last two pitches).
P3 (5.9): continue up the weakness, climb over a small roof with a bolt and come to another bolted belay.
P4 (5.7): follow common Organ Mountain face and disjointed cracks to the top of the rap gully. Walk up and right (south) to the top of the first rap.
"Rebolting the protection bolt on P2 is not necessary. P1 and P2 anchors are each composed of several rusted leapers and one modern bolt. They could be rebolted someday, but felt safe for rapping as of 2.19.18."