Avg: 2.9 from 13 votes
|Type:||Trad, Alpine, 800 ft, 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:||TylerPhillips on Sep 25, 2014|
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DescriptionP1- 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.