Type: Trad, 400 ft (121 m), 3 pitches
FA: Steve Miller, Greg Dexter (1976)
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Shared By: Salamanizer suchoski on Nov 30, 2014
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Climb the first pitch of East Wall (5.6). At the large belay ledge, traverse out right not climbing (UP) much at all. About 15' to 20' out, look for the most obvious place to begin climbing up. It's really not "obvious" in any way, so you'll have to use your fine tuned route finding skills you've sharpened on the countless other obscure routes you've done that don't have an R rating attached to them. (hint)look for a feature that looks like it might take some gear. After climbing up about 15ft, look for an old rusty bolt, there is small gear near by to back up the bolt. From here continue climbing up to a pin that marks the spot to climb over the small roof. Build a gear anchor ASAP or you'll get bad rope drag above. Strait forward easy climbing to the top from here.


Just left of East Wall and Pigs on the Wing.


Cams, .4"-2" Nuts, 1 set. Double slings!


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