Type: Trad, 2 pitches
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Shared By: Mike Manni on Aug 22, 2012
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This is the major corner system left of a big blank section of wall. Start about 50 feet left of the obvious right facing flake corner at the base. A short face climbing section with a bolt leads to an easy crack, which takes you to the ledge. Climb through the limestone band just right of two large bushes, and up a right-facing corner. Belay at a block covered ledge. Easier climbing up cracks and ledges leads to the summit


5th climb from the left on the wall


Trad climb, with bolted belays


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Lee Jenkins
Tucson, Arizona
Lee Jenkins   Tucson, Arizona
Can be climbed in 3 pitches with bolted anchors/rings at each belay. The first 2 pitches are fun. The third starts with a 5.7 bulge/crack and ends loose and very easy. Jul 21, 2013
Lane Tomme
Lane Tomme  
Was a very good climb. This is more of a three pitch climb. Bring a 70m rope for this climb because P1 to P2 is a long pitch. Make sure you also bring larger cams(3-5) for P2. P2 has a killer world-class fist crack to climb and once on P3 it's easy climbing. Sep 8, 2013
Lane Tomme
Lane Tomme  
If wanting to climb in the spring time be aware of the climb to be very sandy and rock fall a factor. P2 is the classic money pitch for this multi-pitch. P3 starts off into a narrow walk up crack and then having to do a 5.9 mantle. (my opinion)

The view from the top is INCREDIBLE! Apr 20, 2014
Climb this route in 3 pitches with a 60m rope to have bolted anchors at each belay. Pitches 1 and 3 are short, while two is the $ pitch. Perfect jamming around hand size. Recently upgraded to 5.8 in the newest edition of the Lander guidebook - Not sure about that. Rap the route. Oct 3, 2016