Avg: 1 from 1 vote
|FA:||George Goedecke, Edmund Ward & Paul Seibert, Summer 1973: 5.8 A2|
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|Shared By:||Marta Reece on Oct 30, 2013 · Updates|
|Admins:||Jason Halladay, Anthony Stout, LeeAB Brinckerhoff, Marta Reece, Drew Chojnowski|
"From the saddle between the South and Middle Rabbit Ears head 50 yards downhill to the west. A non-descript crack starts here. Up above, the crack becomes more distinct and runs straight up through a few overhangs.
"Pitch 1: Climb up this rack to where it overhangs. A couple of pins of aid gets you to a sloping ledge. Belay from this ledge.
"Pitch 2: Continue to follow the same crack system to a rather large overhanging section. The overhang is surmounted with some strenuous aid. The first few pins are in rotten rock which tends to make one nervous. Continue mixed aid and free until under a large overhanging block. Again surmount this overhang with some strenuous aid. Belay from a nice little ledge about 15 to 20 feet above the block. (Hint: It may be necessary to belay at the block because of all the rope friction.)
"Pitch 3: Finish the climb up the same crack system. This pitch is all free up and nice medium class 5 crack."