Avg: 2.7 from 22 votes
|Type:||Trad, Alpine, 3 pitches|
|FA:||Crain, Gordon, McGowan & Miller 1954|
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|Shared By:||Matt Mardigan on Jun 3, 2014|
|Admins:||Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Z Winters|
P2- A very short pitch traversing ledges. Traverse a ledge / large boulder to climbers right. End at a shoulder-height block in front of a blind airy corner. Gear anchor.
P3- Begin with a fun step around a blind corner (exposed). You may protect this with a cam in a crack near the floor. There is a step-down move at the end of the ledge that people seem to have difficulty with. There is also a somewhat flared crack leading to the belay tree that can be difficult.
P4- You can choose to scramble directly to the summit block or move climber's left up a large flake/crack for another short pitch to the summit block. from here, it is a short scramble to the summit.
Descent- Rap from chains atop the North Face and from chains at P1 belay.
A total of 3 single rope raps (60-m ropes) will get you to where you started.
From the pass, traverse left on another sometimes there, sometimes not trail. Eventually the trail will take you to a gully leading up to the notch between Kangaroo Temple and Little Finger. Go up for the North Face.