Type: Trad, 700 ft (212 m), 7 pitches, Grade II
FA: Fred Beckey and Hooman Aprin, 1971
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Shared By: limpingcrab on Nov 28, 2012
Admins: Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Vicki Schwantes, Justin Johnsen

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Access Issue: Always check SEKI road conditions and peregrine closures Details


The route is mellow, exposed, and just plain fun. If you learn how to sling knobs with one hand it will make your day easier. The crux is probably the first pitch or two.

Start out by climbing the chimney/left facing corner and exit to the right when you get the chance. We missed the exit and climbed all the way out of the top. Once you're out of the chimney/corner climb up six awesome pitches on chickenheads and knobs!


Descend along the west side. When it starts to turn around the bottom you will see the chimney. If you get to the detached tower (or the corner right before it) you've gone too far.

Rappel off the north side like every other route. One short rap from the top, and then a long hanging rap to the base. Takes two ropes, and one might get snagged!


Singles from small to 3" and a set of nuts. Lots of runners to sling knobs.