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Type: Trad, 350 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Steve Wunsch & John Bragg, Summer 1977
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Shared By: Chris Hirsch on Jul 19, 2012
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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This one is much better than anticipated. What looks like a wide nightmare on poor rock turned out to be very enjoyable. Face climbing around most wide sections (my favorite), perfect natural belays, amazing last pitch, and a sweet walk-off.
P1: 5.10, 150' Cruise up to the small right facing chimney. Pull bulge and continue 'til you reach a nice ledge with a pin. Small gear for anchor.
P2: 5.10-, 65' Go for the large crack off the climber's left side of the belay ledge. Bust left onto face before horizontal. Stop at an even bigger belay ledge down and left of the large overhang. Medium gear for anchor.
P3: 5.10, 70' Pull final overhang and enjoy an atypical needles finger/hand crack to the top.


Start between prominent buttress (on left) and very large boulder. Finish on obvious high point on E face. Navigate your way back towards visible hiker's trail to the W.


Doubles to #3, single #4, nuts


Cheyenne Chaffee
North Conway, NH
Cheyenne Chaffee   North Conway, NH
Climbed this today. Great route with good gear, mostly good rock quality and good exposure. Quite easy to combine the second and third pitch with judicious use of long runners. #4 was nice to have. Would fit perfect to protect the pull over the roof near the top. Jul 21, 2012
Robbie Freidel
The Needles of South Dakota
Robbie Freidel   The Needles of South Dakota
would definitely recommend a number 4. a number 5 could be useful though unnecessary. crazy exposure. try looking down when pulling that roof. Aug 28, 2013
Custer, SD
CraigKnyn   Custer, SD
Did the route w Austin F. yesterday and ... it is one burly, slightly overhung, sustained crack climb. Be ready for 5.11 style climbing at the two cruxes. Used a #4 Camalot and a #5 Friend. Our small haul bag barely touched the wall on all 3 pitches. Apr 10, 2016
Austin Fisher
Austin Fisher  
Yer gonna want a #4 or two for sure Apr 18, 2016

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