Type: Trad, 710 ft (215 m), 5 pitches, Grade III
FA: Shingo Ohkawa Andy Ross Paul Ross (var leads) 3/21/2012
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Shared By: USBRIT Ross on Mar 29, 2012
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A superb climb with great situations. The hike to the formation takes just over an hour from Two Finger canyon camp.Starts slightly left of center up a left facing groove( see topo )

P1)Climb the groove that has good cam and wire placements and four pro bolts. to double Anchors slightly to the right right of its end. 200'5.9.
P2)Up slab on left past one bolt to double anchors on massive ledge system.60'5.5.
P3)Scramble up about 40'to a narrow ledge and follow down to the right to the start of an obvious right facing groove.140'
P4)Another excellent pitch .Climb the groove, good cam and wire placements and three pro bolts. Trend to the right near its top to double anchors below a left leaning groove. 170' 5.7.
P5).Follow easy groove to the summit and double anchors to the right.150'5.4
Register in small cairn.

Descent. Rap to anchors at top of the last pitch, then backtrack the anchors to the top of P1, then from here to the ground.


Drive the road to Two Finger Canyon. From here hike south on the flats .When entrance to One Finger Canyon is reached (about 30mins)walk to near its mouth then hike up to the left to where it levels .Continue to the formation (see topo)


Two 60m ropes.cams 1/2" to 3". wires.