Type: Trad, Alpine, 800 ft (242 m), 5 pitches, Grade II
FA: Tyler Phillips, Nate Brown P1&P2, Tyler Phillips, Mike Tea P3&P4 FA of Sub Summit TP & PC crew 2008
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Shared By: Tyler Phillips on Sep 25, 2014 · Updates
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Access Issue: Located in a National Forest Fee Area Details


P1- Climb the north facing short corner moving right into an open book. Shuffle right again to gain a good ledge and two bolt belay. 5.9 100ft.

P2- Climb up and right in the shallow dihedral, the rock becomes a bit loose but the climbing is easy. Jump the gap if continuing up or belay from 2 bolt anchor. 5.8 90ft.

P3- On the right side of the "step" climb up crack features on vertical rock passing a fixed pin. Belay at two bolts or walk back and make a belay 5.7+ 60ft.

P4- Find the fixed pin on the left side of the "Step", ramble up the arete making some fun moves. Belay at the 2 bolts or walk back and make a belay. 5.7+ 40ft

P5- 3rd class slope 400ft

P6- This is the southern sub summit of Hayden. Find the right facing corner, climb up this to a small ledge clip the pin and pad to the summit. 5.6 45ft.

Walking off P3-P6 is an option, take the gully to the south. Alternatively you can rap each section, except the sub summit, which is a downclimb on the north east corner.


Located 200ft south from the main Iron Hayden Wall. Look for the obvious tower. Approach from the base of the Iron Hayden Wall hike to the right and up aiming for the right side of the tower formation in the gully to the south of Iron Hayden Wall. Some scrambling will be required to gain the large ledge below the tower.


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