Type: Trad, 500 ft, 3 pitches, Grade II
FA: J. Roskelly and C. Kopczynski
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Shared By: Nick Sweeney on Jul 20, 2014
Admins: Mike Engle

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Pitch one is a steep and interesting pitch with abundant protection possibilities. Pitch two is the 5.9+ crux with some tough liebacking. A short third pitch goes to the summit.


Left side of the West Face. Refer to any guidebook covering Chimney Rock for more details.


Full rack plus some big gear... multiple #4 Camalots are ideal.


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Nick Sweeney
Spokane, WA
Nick Sweeney   Spokane, WA
We didn't have big gear for the second pitch, so we linked to the Rappel Chimney route. The pitch that linked the two felt 5.10- to me... we went right up the steepest part of the rappel chimney itself. Jul 21, 2014