Type: Trad, 260 ft (79 m), 3 pitches
FA: John Christian/Arnold Wexler
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Shared By: Brian Malone on Jun 7, 2015
Admins: Andy Weinmann

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Start on the right side at the base of the prominent buttress (Gephardt-Dufty Buttress) as you walk up to the Southern Pillar.

#1. Climb the steep awkward face on the right side of the North Face of the buttress. Pass to the right of an overhang to a short jam crack. Above the crack easier climbing leads to a good ledge on the west face of the buttress.  You can belay at the shared bolted anchor of Slipstream/Daytripper or continue up into the corner. (85 ft.)

#2. Traverse right across the ledge then move up into the corner around the rhodo bushes and make a belay. Going up the large flake/chimney is a variation first done by a later party.  Either way the grade and length is about the same (75 ft.)

#3. Climb the middle corner above, passing a small rooflet about midway up.  The left corner (formed by the Gephardt-Dufty Buttress) is part of the 2nd pitch of Right Tope. (100 ft.)

At the top, either carefully traverse right to the bolts at the top of Climbin' Punishment or move up the ledge and go further right to find the bolts atop The Judgment Seat and Revive.


Start at the base of the prominent western pillar of the larger Southern Pillar.


Typical Seneca rack


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