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

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Start at the base of the prominent western 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 wide dirt-covered ledge on the west face of the buttress. (85 ft.)
#2. Traverse right across the ledge then up to a good tree. The traverse can be made either inside the large flake or on the outside face. (75 ft.)
#3. Climb the corner above. (100 ft.)


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


Typical Seneca rack


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