Type: Trad, TR, Aid, 60 ft
FA: F. Gosch and I. Hanson April 3, 2013
Page Views: 90 total · 1/month
Shared By: Ian Hanson on Apr 14, 2013
Admins: Phil Lauffen, Michael Sullivan

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FA was climbed aid, but it has been climbed on TR at around 5.11-ish. Climb up to the left-facing dihedral and up through the roof. The crux is pulling through the roof and transitioning into a layback. There are some solid foot holds and a nice sloper on the left side of the dihedral. Move left and onto the arête that leads to the top. Moving onto the arête provides some exciting exposure. A top-rope can be set up by climbing the chimney between the spire and the main wall.


The route starts at the lowest point of the pinnacle, on the east side of the wall.


Somewhat loose rock in the beginning, but bomber placements from the base of the dihedral. Bring a selection of trad gear up to 3"