Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Tom Rixon, Jack Arnold, Fred Kelly 11/1940
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Shared By: Linnea Williams on May 5, 2013
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Description

3rd class to a gully leads you to the base of the route: an easy maybe 5.4 chimney. Exit left to some face/crack climbing that tops out on an exposed ridge. Traverse left to another section of face/OW crack climbing. Top out to the left. The hardest move is transitioning into the final section of crack without pulling too hard on the every questionable Pinnacle's rock. Bolts and chains at the top.

Location

On the east face of Elephant Rock.

Protection

Two bolts (one before the traverse and one before the final moves). We placed a BD .75 in the thinner first crack and BD 1 right before the second crack.

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